Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow viewers spotted a familiar face last night when they realised one of the contestants had been on another show just one day before.
He welcomed three pairs of contestants to compete for the top prize, but fans instantly recognised one woman.
Where did fans recognise Natalie from on Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow?
Social worker Natalie, who was partnered with her flatmate Conor, had appeared on another show on Friday night.
Viewers immediately called her out as having appeared on BBC One game This Is MY House.
The show sees four people seek to convince a panel of celebrity guessers that the house they are looking round is theirs.
Avid TV watchers picked her out straight away.
One suggested it seemed “fishy”, with another calling her a “ringer”.
— Tracey Davies (@miss_traceydav) July 2, 2022
— Linda S (@lindastudd) July 2, 2022
Wasn’t one of these women on another show last night? Need to get myself her agent. #epicgameshow
— Clarence Beeks (@clarencebeeks84) July 2, 2022
How can I see this woman appear on #thisismyhouse on Friday then #AlanCarrsEpicGameShow on Saturday? Seems a little fishy, she’ll be on Eastenders and then naked attraction on the next series. #bbc #itv
— Ian Yates (@Ian_Maiden) July 2, 2022
— mary mary quite contrary (@Mazzaleeds) July 2, 2022
In fact, Natalie and Conor did not win Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow after they were eliminated second.
They did take away £1700 and the prizes they had won.
Elsewhere, fans were not impressed with the reboot and many insisted original show host Michael Barrymore should be back hosting instead.
“Preferred it when Michael Barrymore did Strike it Lucky,” wrote one.
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