Lord Alan Sugar has left fans in stitches after he shared his review of his own show The Apprentice on social media.
His BBC One show launched it's 16th series earlier this month after a two year break from our screens.
The hit programme sees hopeful entrepreneurs attempt to impress Lord Sugar, Karren Brady and previous winner Tim Campbell.
The 74-year-old businessman has now taken to Twitter to posted a snap of himself to his 5.2 million followers posing next to a TV.
The extremely large TV can be seen playing an episode of The Apprentice but it is paused on Lord Sugars face.
The businessman can be seen standing alongside the TV in a blue t-shirt, jeans and black trainers which is very different to his normal suit attire he wears for the show.
Lord Sugar can be seen pointing at himself which is one of his famous actions in the BBC series when he fires an entrepreneur, however this time he is seen telling himself how "good" he is.
Alongside the image, he wrote: "This guy is very good on Telly."
Fans were quick to take to the comment section to poke fun of the star.
One fan joked: "He's rehearsing. Complex stuff this telly work, you know."
Another penned: "'I recognise that bloke, who is it love? I've definitely met that fella before.'"
"Looks like he's about to fire himself in that picture! lol," added a third.
Despite fans poking fun of Lord Sugar others noticed how huge his TV screen is.
One asked: "How big of a TV do you want?!"
Another added: "It's killed me off that the telly is so big, that your head is actually bigger on the screen than in real life. Brilliant!"
"Is that a huge TV or are you getting smaller," joked a third.
The Apprentice aired on Thursdays at 9pm on BBC One.
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