The Apprentice’s Amy Anzel has officially woken up a ‘gay icon’ and all we can do is bow down

Everyone, we have a new queen in The Apprentice’s Amy Anzel (Picture: PA)

And just like that, The Apprentice’s Amy Anzel has woken up as a true LGBT icon destined for a life being carried around gay bars on a jewel-encrusted thrown and becoming a Love of Huns meme. 

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Amy has emerged as star in her own right since boasting she is the voice behind a Burger King jingle and become one of the favourites to land a job with Lord Alan Sugar, despite landing on the losing team for making a rancid non alcoholic drink that looked like pee. 

Like a phoenix rising through the flames, instead of wallowing on the miserable performance by her teammates on last night’s episode, Amy decided to wake up as a queen. 

Brushing off her defeat, she tweeted: ‘Our team might not have won the task but the Twitter gays are on my side and that’s a good enough win for me tbh!’

And so it began…

Overnight she’s already answering calls from fans to host Manchester Pride and become a judge on Drag Race. 

This tweet started a very special journey (Picture: Twitter)And with posts like this it’s easy to see why

Twitter gays paying for their TV licence for the first time to watch their queen on the Apprentice… 🏳️‍🌈#TheApprentice pic.twitter.com/MeRrTEaoRX

— Amy Anzel (@amyanzel) January 21, 2022

She’s firmly let us all know, she’s the queen of the clap back

Nailed it (Twitter)And she’s here for all of us

Hun (Picture: Twitter)

Of course, we should have seen Amy’s star shine bright from the beginning as a presenter for shopping channel QVC. 

Ahead of her appearance on The Apprentice, she warned: ‘I can be nice when I need to be, but when I unfortunately have to be a bitch, I will.’

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The Apprentice airs Thursdays at 9pm on BBC One. 

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