Jeremy Clarkson mocks a contestant on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. ‘You made me nervous!’
On Saturday night, Jeremy Clarkson hosted the return of WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE.
Jeremy Clarkson asked contestant Somebi a series of multiple-choice questions in the reboot of the long-running ITV quiz program Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, with the chance of winning all and taking home £1,000,000. Jeremy, on the other hand, revealed during the questioning that he hadn’t anticipated Somebi to get very far and that he had “worried” him.
When the brewery employee’s salary reached £64,000, Jeremy spoke out about his performance.
“I’ll be honest with you, there’s been a lot of bumbling around and ‘oh I don’t know,’” he admitted.
“You were aware of your star signs, which concerned me because anyone who is aware of their star signs is unlikely to be aware of anything else.
“If they ask you what your star sign is on a first date, simply stand up, leave your drink untouched, and leave – they’re not worth pursuing.”
“So I was a little concerned at the time, and then I was concerned at £1000.”
“And I’ve been worried the whole time, yet you’re sitting here at £64,000,” he said.
After deciding not to continue the game, Somebi walked away with the money.
After employing two solid phone a friend choices to secure right answers, he had established his safety net at £16,000.
“Which word defines a state or culture dominated by the wealthy?” was one of the questions he wanted help with.
He dialed his friend Theo, who corrected him and said, “Plutocracy.”
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“What is the name of the principal character in the ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ TV adaptations?” was another inquiry that had Somebi calling his girlfriend for help.
Somebi said he had “no idea” and called his partner, Sue, right away.
Fortunately, she was well-versed in television and realized the answer was James Herriot.
With his first question, Somebi had likewise utilized the 50/50 option.
“The Poppy Appeal is a fundraising drive held by which charity every November?” he was asked.
Because the participant was undecided, he requested that two of the four possible answers be eliminated.
The Royal British Legion and The Invictus Games were the only remaining options, and Somebi was able to accurately answer the former.
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