THE Apprentice winner Joseph Valente looks unrecognisable posing with flash cars and yachts on social media.
The businessman, 33, won the eleventh series of the BBC show back in 2015.
Joseph beat Vana Koutsomitis to the top spot and bagged himself an investment with Sir Alan Sugar.
The entrepreneur used that money to build his business ImpraGas, but went on to sell the organisation in 2020.
Despite that set back, Joseph is still extremely successful.
He loves to share what he gets up to on his Instagram page, which boasts 151k followers.
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Dad-of-one Joseph posts various clips and pictures of his lavish lifestyle on his account.
He has shown off his expensive cars, watches and holidays.
The star is currently the CEO of Trade Mastermind, an academy that was set up to help those in construction.
He is also chief executive officer at Power2Succeed University.
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Joseph has also appeared on the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 list.
Despite the BBC show giving him a huge stepping stone into his success, he recently branded the programme "stale" when revealing his career plans.
He recently told The Mirror: "My aim for 2023 is to work with some production companies – I've got a couple of TV shows that I've got lined up conceptually that I want to pitch to production companies so I want to have my own business show.
"I think there's room for a new business show.
"The Apprentice is a little outdated now – format's gone a bit stale, Lord Sugar's getting on a bit, it's time for a new king."
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