Former Apprentice winner and recently announced Brexit Party candidate Michelle Dewberry is on the hunt for love – and Corbyn supporters need not apply.
The ex-reality TV star, who was unveiled as the Brexit Party candidate for Hull West and Hessle last week, has been spotted on Tinder advertising for romance.
According to the Mirror, Dewberry’s profile stated: “No smokers, drugs, cheaters, dimwits, nor intense Corbyn supporters please.”
Despite Labour supporters being a definite turn-off for the former Lord Sugar employee, she seemed serious about finding The One.
Her profile also read: “Not your average girl, looking for not your average guy...I like a life less ordinary.”
CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENT: We are proud to announce The Apprentice winner, presenter and businesswoman @MichelleDewbs as our candidate for Kingston upon Hull West & Hessle!#OurMichelle pic.twitter.com/6VxXrLhWgQ— The Brexit Party (@brexitparty_uk) November 14, 2019
She added: “Spontaneity is a massive plus. As are old fashioned values (chivalry goes a long way...). I’m always coming up with random stuff to do and like people who say yes, rather than no.”
The profile also featured pictures of her and said she was “excited to start the next chapter of life and find someone awesome to share it with".
She wrote: "I believe in monogamy and honesty. If you don't, swipe left."
Dewberry, 40, first became famous when she took part in the 2006 series of The Apprentice, winning the show and bagging herself a £100,000-a-year job with Lord Sugar, who she is no longer in contact with.
After the show, Dewberry dated fellow candidate Syed Ahmed. She briefly joined dating app Tinder after splitting with another partner in 2017 but left again before the most recent profile appeared.