SATURDAY Night Takeaway fans were locked in debate – with some accusing the show of a blunder in one of the live competitions.
Rocker Sam Fender had been asked to randomly select a ball to choose who won, with the singer announcing he’d chosen a seven.
That meant the bloke holding the number seven paddle – Wayne – won himself a Takeaway Getaway holiday.
However, many viewers at home insisted it was actually a one that singer Sam had yanked out.
Fans quickly objected with one posting: “Definitely a no 1 not 7” while another tweeted: “That was definitely a number 1.”
Another posted: “The number picked for under the rainbow looked like number 1 not 7.”
However, it wasn’t clear who was right, as Sam held it up towards the camera at an angle.
Another viewer insisted: “Not sure if that is a 1 or a 7… Could just be a weird font.”
I’m A Celeb star Fleur East has been presiding over the Chase the Rainbow game – where viewers have to rush out of their homes if they spot colours in the sky near their house.
They are each then assigned a colour and a number and in today’s game winner was picked out by Sam.
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Tonight, Dec announced that Chase the Rainbow was coming to an end, explaining that we will not be seeing it again.
However, Ant insisted their pal would return to screens, saying: “Fleur will be back in two weeks with something very exciting.”
Tonight saw the last Saturday Night Takeaway for a couple of weeks with Ant and Dec explaining that it was being taken off air in favour of rugby next week.
Dec said: “You may have heard, some of you, that there is no show next week because of the rugby.”
One viewer tweeted: “What do you mean there’s no show next week because of the rugby, why can we not have nice things.”
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