Luisa Zissman loses to Leah Totton in The Apprentice final, prepares for more sexy photos and partying now she's 'free'

Luisa Zissman may have lost out to Leah Totton in the final of The Apprentice, but she doesn't care because now the show's over she can go out partying again. We're taking that as a warning for more sexy photos.

Luisa Zissman says she can't wait to start partying again now The Apprentice is over. Copyright [Twitter]After Leah Totton and her cosmetic surgery business won The Apprentice last night, Luisa took to Twitter to say she didn't really mind that the whole experience was over. And the main reason wasn't because of the early mornings or intense tasks.

Oh no. The Apprentice stars are banned from making public appearances and drunkenly stumbling out of nightclubs whilst the show is on air. Now it's over, Luisa can go back to her wild ways.

Apprentice's Luisa Zissman certainly doesn't seem shy as she kisses a female friend. She said: "On the plus side now party people!!! I'm allowed back out on the town now I'm freeeeeeee from the apprentice...."

We know that Luisa was a bit of a party animal before her appearance on the show.

[The Apprentice's Lusia Zissman gets naked, topless and snogs another girl: PICS]

[Luisa Zissman's boyfriend ran an escort agency?!]

In fact, we exclusively got our hands on some VERY revealing photos of the businesswoman, which showed her topless, half-naked and snogging another girl.


Luisa Zissman has been showing off her bikini body on Twitter since The Apprentice ended. Copyright [Twitter]However, it won't JUST be hardcore partying for Luisa from now on. The gorgeous multiple business owner, who's also mum to three-year-old Dixie, has scored investment for the business she pitched to Lord Sugar on The Apprentice.

She took to Twitter to reveal the news, saying: "Morning all lots of tweets don't be gutted for me I have 16 investors on board to make Bakers Toolkit happen! Via happy girl!"

All's well that ends well, eh Luisa?

Meet the 16 candidates vying for a £250,000 investment from Alan Sugar in this year's series of The Apprentice.
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Tue, Apr 30, 2013 13:00 BST