Julia Morris has been announced as the first Celebrity Apprentice in Australia.
The comedienne, who won the final challenge to launch an advertising campaign for boss Mark Bouris's financial company Yellow Brick Road with teammate Jason Coleman, cried as she was revealed as the winner of the first series of the reality TV show.
As Bouris handed Morris a cheque for $100,000 (£63,000) to go towards her charity the National Breast Cancer Foundation, she asked him to take it back and split it into two cheques for her charity and Coleman's The Song school arts project.
"Any money that goes to this charity makes a huge difference," she said. "I wouldn't have that cheque in my hands if it wasn't for Jason. I would like you to take the cheque back and give us $50,000 (£31,500) each for our charities. I believe that children who don't have a lot of money deserve music in their lives."
Bouris commended Morris for her "integrity, passion, drive, focus" and Coleman said that he was "so happy" for his teammate. Morris then revealed: "This has been the most extraordinary experience of my life. I'm so proud of everybody that I've worked with but I'm mostly proud of myself."
Finalists Jesinta Campbell and Shane Crawford lost the Yellow Brick Road task after former Celebrity Apprentice stars Deni Hines and Didier Cohen returned to help them. Hines and Campbell fell out over the singer's bad "attitude" and Bouris commented on the "clash of personalities" during the final boardroom session.
Campbell told Hines that she was "not worth [her] fight" but said that her charity was. She then criticised Hines for using the challenge "as a platform for herself". Former co-stars Polly Porter and Max Markson laughed as they watched the altercation. Porter previously had an argument with Hines on the show.
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