TIPPING Point’s Lucky Stars episode wound up a fair few of its viewers within a few minutes of airing.
The celebrity special, which aired on Sunday, saw the likes of Josh Widdicombe, Louise Minchin and Michelle Ackerley compete in the game show.
Hosted by ITV favourite, Ben Shephard, the show saw the trio answer questions to win turns on the huge machine.
They were all competing to win the whopping £20,000 prize, to donate to their chosen charities.
Watchdog presented Michelle was the first contestant to be kicked out of the game, followed by former BBC Breakfast presenter Louise.
However, it was stand-up comedian Josh who managed to make it to the end, nabbing the grand prize.
He was donating all of the money for his charity, the Lily Foundation.
It is dedicating to fighting mitochondrial disease, something which is close to the comedian’s heart.
Despite the impressive win, fans couldn’t stop talking about the beginning of the episode, which left them all frustrated.
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As the three celebs introduced themselves, they spent a while giving a detailed description about their careers and making a few jokes.
Taking to Twitter, viewers begged them to cut down their “monologues”.
One annoyed Tipping Point fan wrote: “Intros are far too long…”.
Another wrote: “Why can’t these celebs on Tipping Point Lucky Stars just say hello I’m….. and the charity I’m playing for is….. instead of all these uncomfortable unfunny scripted introduction speeches”.