Millionaire fans puzzled as candidate ‘spoils’ two lifelines on ‘easy’ issue – .

Millionaire fans puzzled as candidate ‘spoils’ two lifelines on ‘easy’ issue – .

Fans of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire were completely baffled as a contestant used two lifelines on an ‘easy’ question worth £ 1,000.

On Saturday night’s ITV episode, George was stuck after a question from Jeremy Clarkson left him unsettled.

Jeremy asked: “What is the name of the character created by Jules Verne who goes around the world in eighty days?”

But the contestant, who had already pocketed £ 500 by this point, had to use his 50/50 lifeline to help him.

This left him with the answers “Phileas Fogg” and “Uriah Heep”.

However, he realized that was not enough and was still undecided on his answer, which could potentially lead him to become a millionaire, before using another lifeline.

The competitor had to use two lifelines



Viewers of the game show took to Twitter to share their thoughts as the episode unfolded, with many puzzled over its decision to use two lifelines.

One person shared, “Oh crikey. 2 lifelines used here. “

“Feck sake two lifesavers on this… #whowantstobeamillionaire,” wrote another.

“What was the point of using 2 lifelines really on the question 1k what a waste #whowantstobeamillionaire”

A fourth commented: “Two lifesavers on fucking mist phileas.” “

Jeremy looked nervous



In recent weeks, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire fans have watched Chaser Mark ‘The Beast’ Labbett transform.

Mark, 55, has lost 10 pounds of weight since taking over as a substitute teacher to become a TV star.

Music videos of Mark competing on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire in 2006 really show how much the brain wizard has changed.

“I have less than 20 stones now, and I really feel the difference, besides seeing it,” Mark revealed in an interview with The Sun.

Fans were taken aback by his choices



“I’m now at a 44 inch waist, my chest is 54 inches while my neck measurements have come down to 19 inches which is fantastic for me and the high end of a normal man.

“My knees really feel the difference. I’ll never be athletic again, but I move so much better so I don’t carry that extra weight. “

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