Who Wants To Be A Millionaire player phones wife for help – but a man picks up


Who Wants To Be A Millionaire viewers were left in shock when a player called his wife as his Phone a Friend lifeline and another man answered the phone.

Contestant JP Hogan looked horrified during last night’s show when he heard a man’s voice on the call while playing for the the £16,000 question.

Host Jeremy Clarkson was astonished by the awkward incident as fans took to social media to joke they had ‘exposed an affair’.

During the show, the science teacher was baffled by a tricky question and so decided to use one of his lifelines.

Contestant JP Hogan looked horrified during last night’s show when he heard the man’s voice

The question was: “Which of these days is part of the weekend in Germany?” with the options A) Donnerstag, B) Mittwoch, C) Sonntag, or D) Dienstag, The Mirror reports.

JP said: “My wife’s auntie has lived in Germany for over 50 years, my wife’s been there a few times.

“My wife, who at different times would probably have been in the audience, is at home as one of my Phone a Friends.”

“Call we call Elizabeth?” said Jeremy.

Host Jeremy Clarkson was astonished by the awkward incident

As a male voice answered the call, Jeremy pointed out: “That was another man just answered your phone, relax, relax, it could be completely innocent.”

When Elizabeth answered, Jeremy asked: “Can I just confirm that you’ve got someone there with you?”

One viewer tweeted: “Break time question: who was the man that answered the phone when JP phoned his wife? #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire“.

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Another added: “Well thats one way to expose your wife’s a cheat… ringing her phone for a question on who wants to be a millionaire and a bloke answering  #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire “.

“How awkward, phoning his wife for the phone a friend and a man answering, has an affair been exposed?” wrote a third.

But another viewer pointed out: “The man answering was literally an automated voice saying ‘sorry there is no service’. Jeremy was JOKING about an affair”.

On a closer inspection, the man can be heard as saying: “I am sorry there is no service.”

JP eventually took the money and left the show with £64,000.





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