Rest In Peace Stuart Baggs: A long time ago I was dating a complete cow who was more successful than me in every way. She drove a better car, had more friends, made more money, had softer towels and was never the recipient of an EWWW face when she took off her clothes.
No, basically this woman could anything she wanted simply by winking an eye and flexing her perfectly shaped bosums.
I truly believed that she was only dating my ass because she’d bet her friends that she could transform me into a winning marketeer. Turn me and my beloved NMi into a brand synonymous with all things unique and unusual.
I should’ve guessed something was wrong when she made me try on a shop full of business suits while she hummed Dance of the Knights by Sergei Prokofiev…
Anyway… it is with huge sadness and a heavy heart that I have to post about the untimely death of another brand. Stuart Baggs, the former Apprentice star was found dead at his home on the Isle of Man yesterday. He was just 27.
Stuart had been at a party on Wednesday night, and was reportedly found dead by a friend yesterday morning. The police were called but as yet they have not announced the cause of Stuarts death.
His sister Charlotte posted this touching tribute to Facebook:
“Today my dearest brother Stuart Baggs gained his wings. To say we are all shocked and devastated is an understatement.
Love him or hate him, he touched many people’s lives from his TV antics to his amazing work with Bluewave Communications.
He was the biggest character and will leave the biggest hole behind. Not knowing what or why makes it all the harder.
Can’t explain how proud I am of him. He was the king of following his dreams and making them happen.”
(Via: Daily Mirror)
He was known as ‘Stuart Baggs the brand’ and at 21 years old he was the youngest candidate ever to appear on The Apprentice. Lord Sugar described him as one of the show’s ‘stand-out’ characters.
No words could better describe Stuart’s prolific sales and marketing ability than the one-liner that he’d made his own – “Everything I touch turns to sold”
Rest In Peace Stuart Baggs.