Sir Alan's adviser hinted that he agreed with Sir Alan Sugar's decision to axe her on yesterday's semi-final, describing her as "lofty".
"Debra comforted Lorraine as she was telling everyone how nervous she was," he told The Mirror. "Would Debra's arm around you comfort or terrify you?"
"The beautiful, lofty Debra," he added. "And so it was with lips glossed she headed for the exit. Hats off to whoever can contain her."
Hewer also criticised Debra's fellow fired candidates James McQuillan and Lorraine Tighe. He claimed that Tighe would have driven Sugar "nuts", while he branded McQuillan "too corporate" for the £100,000-a-year prize.
Kate Walsh, who Hewer claimed had "world class teeth", and Yasmina Siadatan, will compete in Sunday's final on BBC One.