Viewers Distracted by Contestant Charlotte’s Habit
During the latest episode of ITV’s quiz show Tipping Point, viewers couldn’t help but notice one contestant’s peculiar habit.
Host Ben Shephard welcomed Charlotte, Elliot, and Chris to the arcade in their quest to win the jackpot.
Charlotte’s Unique Way of Answering Questions
Charlotte made quite an entrance, starting off with an impressive performance, answering several questions correctly in a row during the first round.
However, it wasn’t her knowledge that drew attention but rather her habit of starting her answers with “I think it’s.” This quirky catchphrase quickly became the topic of discussion among viewers.
Viewer Reactions on Social Media
Taking to social media, viewers expressed their amusement and mild annoyance at Charlotte’s repetitive phrase.
Comments flooded platforms like Twitter with viewers urging her to stop saying “I think it’s” when responding to questions on Tipping Point.
Charlotte Triumphs and Takes Home £2,700
Despite the distraction, Charlotte managed to make it through to the final round, outlasting competitors Charlotte and Elliot.
In the end, she walked away from the studio with an impressive £2,700 in winnings.
A Look Back at Tipping Point Blunders
This isn’t the first time Tipping Point has had its fair share of memorable moments.
Earlier this week, contestant Hanifa, a primary school teacher from London, made a significant blunder when faced with a question related to the end of the Cold War in 1989.
Hanifa’s Cold War Blunder
The question posed to Hanifa was, “At the Malta Summit in 1989, which US president declared the end of the Cold War?”
Despite mentioning that she studied A Level history, Hanifa hesitated and debated between John F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln as potential answers. Her final choice, John F. Kennedy, left viewers in stitches as neither option she considered was anywhere close to the correct answer.
Viewer Reactions to Hanifa’s Mistake
Social media erupted with laughter as viewers couldn’t believe Hanifa’s mix-up between historical figures. Despite the blunder, Tipping Point continues to provide entertainment and amusing moments for its dedicated viewers.
Stay Tuned to Tipping Point
Tipping Point airs weekdays on ITV1 and ITVX at 4 pm, promising more exciting episodes and unexpected moments.