A British business whizzkid has won the American version of The Apprentice.
Recruitment consultant Sean Yazbeck, aged 33, was told "you're hired" by billionaire tycoon Donald Trump.
The Londoner, who has lived in Miami for six years, won a job with the Trump Organisation on a six-figure salary after beating the show's 17 other candidates.
He beat 22-year-old Lee Bienstock with his final project, a concert to benefit the World Wildlife Fund.
And it may not have just been Donald Trump that he wooed - during the show there were suggestions of a romance with fellow contestant Tammy Trenta, from New Jersey.
Before the series began, Yazbeck said: "My goal is to become a millionaire. And who better from which to learn the art of the deal than from Mr Trump."
Yazbeck got a first from Southampton Solent University before spending nine years brokering multimillion dollar deals with top companies in more than 20 locations around the world.
He is the director of business development at a Stock Exchangeregistered recruitment consultancy, and moved to the US in 1999.
Last year he got a special Green Card for "persons of extraordinary ability".
Yazbeck told the Miami Herald of the Trump experience: "Always go with your gut instinct. That's the main thing I got from it."
Viewers also voted for the final winner. Yazbeck plans to wed 33-year-old Trenta.
After winning in a "pretty onesided" vote by millions of viewers, Yazbeck said he would make Trump proud.