Jeremy Clarkson accused of giving away £64K as WWTBAM player changes his mind
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire viewers are convinced host Jeremy Clarkson gave away a crucial answer to a £64,0000 question at a key point in the game.
Contestant Mark was asked by the presenter: "Referring to a situation of total disorder, the term 'omnishambles' was used in which TV comedy series?"
Mark toyed with answering "A: The Thick of It," but wasn't a hundred percent and had no life lines remaining.
He was just about to throw the towel in and even said he was going "to walk", when the former Top Gear presenter interjected: "Are you sure about that?"
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At which point Mark changed his mind and said "Do you know what £16,000 is still a lot of money and the rest of it isn't real, so lets go for it A, please Jeremy."
A gleeful Jeremy celebrated with him as he announced it was the correct answer and that he'd now won "£64,000".
Suspicious fans took to Twitter, accusing TV star Jeremy of "giving the answer away".
One tweet read: "Think Jeremy was a bit too obvious there giving him the go on!! #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire."
Another agreed: "Clarkson goaded him into that #whowantstobeamillionaire."
While a third penned in response: "He basically told him it was right."
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