The Apprentice can be challenging for contestants in more ways than one as they get their first taste of fame.Budding entrepreneurs are selected to appear on the show in a bid to impress businessman Lord Alan Sugar and get an investment of £100,000 from him.The stars all take part in challenges throughout the series and every episode somebody will be fired until a winner is selected - but the physical challenges aren't the only hardship.READ MORE: Lord Alan Sugar labels people who work from home 'lazy gits' and calls for pay cutsSpeaking to Daily Star following the launch of her festive collection for Pyjamily's sister company, My Christmas Pyjamas, Kathryn Burn opened up on how it really feels to be on the show.Kathryn, who had previously done a reality TV show on The Island with Bear Grylls, said she was prepared for the editing, but she knew that some of her fellow stars may not have been."I know how things can be edited, so when I saw it on TV I wasn't that shocked.
I knew what bits they would show and I know I'm not a horrible person, so I knew nothing would ever come across bad," Kathryn said.She added: "I think other candidates were maybe a bit surprised.
Even some things I thought to myself, 'Oh, that didn't happen like that'."It's an entertainment show, so it needs to be entertaining."She explained that some things were different to what she expected though, adding that there are "restrictions that viewers don't know about".Kathryn added: "There were things we couldn't do.Read more on dailystar.co.uk