Speaking to WHO last year whilst she was still filming the show, Shaynna revealed what billionaire boss Lord Alan Sugar was really like, behind his tough-as-nails, no nonsense on-screen persona.
"Don't tell anyone, he's actually a sweetheart," the interior designer revealed on the 2020 AACTA Awards red carpet.
"I actually found him to be the nicest person, he was great."
She added: "Look, I've got to say with what he's achieved in his life and where he is, he's pretty down to earth and he says it like it is. As everything with I do, I do a truth bomb and a lot of people don't like that so I totally respect him for it."
The winner of Celebrity Apprentice will receive a cash prize for a charity of their choice and Shaynna has chosen Voice of Change, of which she is the co-founder.
"It's about giving a voice through the arts to survivors and victims of domestic violence," she explained.
Shaynna also told Nine that her charity is "the only reason" she signed up for the show.
"I'm hoping that once people see what we're trying to do and what we want to create through this charity that people will then come to us and say 'I want to be part of this movement,' and that's what this is all about - the movement."
Despite proving her worth in challenges, Shaynna has also made quite an impact on her fellow contestants, or at least one of them.
In a previous chat with WHO, Martha Kalifatidis gushed about her co-star.
"I love Shaynna Blaze, it’s a little bit of a love story between Shaynna and I," the former MAFS bride spilled.