BLACKBURN'S Apprentice hopeful Camilla Ainsworth was in the firing line last night – but survived the chop from Lord Sugar.

In week six, candidates were summoned to London’s City Airport where Lord Sugar set them the ultimate advertising task.

Candidates had to devise a marketing campaign for a new budget airline – but Camilla's concept came under fire as her team, led by Kurran Pooni, lost the task.

The two teams needed to come up with a distinctive brand, make a 30-second advert and design a uniform that flies the flag for their new airline.

Camilla's 'Jet Pop' brand and logo came under fire for looking and sounding like an explosion.

The 22-year-old had been put in charge of branding along with fellow contestant Jackie Fast.

The team's inappropriate outfits for cabin crew were also criticised by judges.

After receiving industry feedback, Lord Sugar decided to fire project leader Kurran, meaning Camilla and Khadija Kalifa, who was also in the firing line, survived.

Chorley's Rick Monk was fired by Lord Sugar last week and has backed Camilla to win.