Hoping to impress Lord Alan Sugar, Sam has been competing alongside eighteen candidates in the hope to become his business partner. But while he has lost on the chance to work with Lord Sugar, Sam has gained a legion of admirers thanks to his stint on the reality show.
So much so, that the budding entrepreneur has revealed some have been leaving him a little red-faced in the hope to get his attention.
However, ever the gentleman, Sam hasn't revealed too much. Instead he cryptically told The Daily Star recently: "There have been messages that have made me blush. Snapchat is an interesting app..."
"There have been some really unusual ones," he teased. Sam then added: "It's really flattering. I don't look in the mirror and think I'm good looking. But for other people to say it is just so nice."
While he quite enjoys the attention, Sam did admit he would never follow up any fans that have propositioned him, claiming they would only be trying to date him for the wrong reasons.
"They wouldn't be going on a date for who you are as a person," he said. "It would be because of the show."
Sam's comments come after viewers watched Lord Sugar fire him in last night's (18 November) episode of the show.
This week, the contestants had to set up their own discount stores and Sam found himself in the firing line, after his team mates blamed him for miscalculating the cost of their store's stock.
His exit follows that of Elle Stevenson, Mergim Butaja and April Jackson who left in a triple firing last week.
The Apprentice continues next Wednesday 25 November on BBC One.
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