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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire fans stumped by show’s ‘hardest question ever’

In order to win £64,0000 on Saturday night’s episode of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, contestant Glen Bunn was faced with what baffled viewers branded the toughest question they can remember on the show

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire: Man wins £32,000 with pure guess

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire viewers have complained a contestant was handed the “hardest ever” question in the history of the show on Saturday night’s episode.

Glen Bunn returned to the spotlight after previously featuring on the show the weekend before where he reached the £32,000 mark.

In order to win £64,0000 he was faced with what baffled viewers branded a very tough question.

Presenter Jeremy Clarkson asked him: “From the 2000 awards ceremony onwards, the Best Actress Oscar has never been won by a woman whose surname begins with which one of these letters?”

Viewers took to Twitter to hit out at the programme for tasking Glen with such a tough question to answer.



Glen Bunn returned to the spotlight after previously featuring on the show the weekend before where he reached the £32,000 mark












One wrote “What a stupid first question.”

Another said: “Now that’s tough for £64k.”

A third wrote “Not a good question.

“Worst question I have ever heard on a TV quiz show. So glad he guessed the correct answer,” another fourth fan raged.



Jeremy was left stunned when he came face to face with one of his son’s school teachers




A fifth person added: “Yes, I agree. Some awful obscure questions always flop up.”

Fan’s were left stunned after Glen successfully managed to sail past the question – after correctly answering “G”.

He eventually went home with a jaw-dropping £125,000.



Glen was faced with what baffled viewers branded a very tough question




In the episode Jeremy was left stunned when he came face to face with one of his son’s school teachers.

Jezza had a feeling he knew Mindy Dhanda – described as a chemistry teacher from Rugby – as he was going through questions with the teacher.

And then Jeremy, who is father to three children including 24-year-old son Finlo – realised he had met the chemistry teacher before.

He told the audience: “You’re Mindy Dhanda, you’re a chemistry teacher from Rugby and I’ve just seen in your notes you’re a chemistry teacher who taught chemistry to my son.”

Mindy confirmed he had indeed been a teacher to Jeremy’s son.

The host then joked: “Well, I shall try to be less of a bother to you than he was back in the day.”



Jeremy was stunned to see a familiar face in the hot seat
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While Mindy also went on to say that the TV’s star’s child had been an “excellent” student while at school.

The compliment provoked Jeremy to state: “Well you’re just saying that now to curry favour, but it’ll make no good!” – prompting laughs from the audience.

Mindy made it all the way to £64,000 question.

Despite this Jezza joked that he was unimpressed that the teacher only made it so far in the contest, commenting: “I’m starting to understand now why my son c**ked up his A-levels – none of you know anything!”

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire next airs on Saturday at 8:35pm on ITV.











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