The Celebrity Apprentice’s Scherri-Lee Biggs gushes about Martha Kalifatidis

Martha Kalifatidis made a controversial exit from The Celebrity Apprentice on Tuesday, along with fellow contestant Josh Gibson.

And now Scherri-Lee Biggs, who was eliminated last week, shared a post about the pair, gushing about her friendship with both of them.

‘Cheers to these two!!! You guys are winners in my eyes!’ she wrote on Instagram.

'Cheers to these two!' Scherri-Lee Biggs shared a sweet post after Josh Gibson and Martha Kalifatidis were booted from The Celebrity Apprentice

‘Cheers to these two!’ Scherri-Lee Biggs shared a sweet post after Josh Gibson and Martha Kalifatidis were booted from The Celebrity Apprentice 

‘Lol Martha… literally the only photo I have of the two of us (it looks like a before and after of this day for me).’

The photo of the two is a blurry mirror selfie, with Scherri-Lee wrapping her arms around Martha.

On Monday’s episode of Celebrity Apprentice Australia, Martha was fired. 

The final four – Ross Noble, 45, Josh Gibson, 37, Shaynna Blaze, 58, and Married At First Sight star Martha, 33 – battled it out for a place in Tuesday’s grand finale.

'Lol Martha… literally the only photo I have of the two of us': The photo of the two is a blurry mirror selfie, with Scherri-Lee wrapping her arms around Martha

‘Lol Martha… literally the only photo I have of the two of us’: The photo of the two is a blurry mirror selfie, with Scherri-Lee wrapping her arms around Martha

They were tasked with turning lemons into lemonade – in Shaynna’s case, literally, with each contestant given a truck load of raw material to turn into sellable wares. 

Shaynna was given a trunk of lemons, Ross was given a pile of sand, Josh a massive tangle of ropes, and Martha a wealth of tennis balls. 

Each contestant had to make enough items to sell at an open market later that day.  

Shaynna quickly came up with the idea of creating a range of lemon products, including lemonade, cleaning sprays and facial mist. 

Ideas: Each contestant was given a truck load of raw material to turn into sellable wares

Ideas: Each contestant was given a truck load of raw material to turn into sellable wares

Lots of lemons: Shaynna (pictured) quickly came up with the idea of creating a range of lemon products, including lemonade, cleaning sprays and facial mists

Lots of lemons: Shaynna (pictured) quickly came up with the idea of creating a range of lemon products, including lemonade, cleaning sprays and facial mists 

Martha struggled with an idea, eventually creating dog beds made of tennis balls, as well as chew toys. 

Josh opted for homewares, including candles and picture frames decorated with the raw rope. 

It was comedian Ross that had the most novel idea – selling ‘cursed’ sand to punters at the market. 

Plans: Martha struggled with an idea to create out of her tennis ball bounty

Plans: Martha struggled with an idea to create out of her tennis ball bounty 

She did it: She eventually created dog beds made of tennis balls, as well as chew toys

She did it: She eventually created dog beds made of tennis balls, as well as chew toys

Struggle: However, she had a hard time selling the items at the outdoor market

Struggle: However, she had a hard time selling the items at the outdoor market 

He packaged up the sand in novelty parcels and claimed that it was various levels of cursed. 

The comedic concept was a hit, and Ross made the most sales on the day – raising $1300 in earnings and winning $20,000 for his charity, the Red Cross. 

That win instantly qualified him to enter the grand final, and one contestant would be joining him. 

What a plan! It was comedian Ross that had the most novel idea - selling 'cursed' sand to punters at the market

What a plan! It was comedian Ross that had the most novel idea – selling ‘cursed’ sand to punters at the market

You're doing what? Guest star Sophie Monk (pictured) was shocked by the idea

You’re doing what? Guest star Sophie Monk (pictured) was shocked by the idea 

Football player Josh was knocked out of the running, and it was between Martha and Shaynna. 

Lord Sugar appeared to be leaning towards sending Martha to the grand final, when a slip of the tongue revealed her true intentions.   

‘Can I say something? This will change my life. It will literally open so many doors,’ Martha said, when pleading her case. 

Fun: He packaged up the sand in novelty parcels and claimed that it was various levels of cursed. The comedic concept was a hit, and Ross made the most sales on the day - raising $1300 in earnings and winning $20,00 for his charity, the Red Cross

Fun: He packaged up the sand in novelty parcels and claimed that it was various levels of cursed. The comedic concept was a hit, and Ross made the most sales on the day – raising $1300 in earnings and winning $20,00 for his charity, the Red Cross

He's in! That win instantly qualified him to enter the grand final

He’s in! That win instantly qualified him to enter the grand final

‘I’m not just an influencer, I’m not just a beauty blogger, I’m not just a make-up artist, and it will give me so many opportunities,’ she added. 

Advisor Janine Allis, 55, was shocked and reminded Martha that the aim of the show was actually to raise money for charity, not to raise her profile. 

Lord Sugar said: ‘You have put your foot in it.  The way you’re worried about yourself rather than your charity’. 

Oh dear: Lord Sugar appeared to be leaning towards sending Martha to the grand final, when a slip of the tongue revealed her true intentions. 'Can I say something? This will change my life. It will literally open so many doors,' Martha said, when pleading her case

Oh dear: Lord Sugar appeared to be leaning towards sending Martha to the grand final, when a slip of the tongue revealed her true intentions. ‘Can I say something? This will change my life. It will literally open so many doors,’ Martha said, when pleading her case

Martha tried to change tact and insisted she did care about raising funds, but Lord Sugar could not be swayed.

He announced that The Block star Shaynna would be going through to the grand final, and will be up against British comic Ross. 

Celebrity Apprentice continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Nine

Emotional: Lord Sugar could not be swayed. He announced that The Block's Shaynna would be going through to the grand final, and will be up against British comic Ross

Emotional: Lord Sugar could not be swayed. He announced that The Block’s Shaynna would be going through to the grand final, and will be up against British comic Ross