Tipping Point beauty leaves fans distracted after meat and two veg question
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Tipping Point fans were left distracted during Tuesday's episode, as one stunning contestant answered a rather racy question.
Player Sophie was being asked some quick-fire questions by presenter Ben Shephard in a bid to rack up enough counters to beat her fellow contestants to the final head-to-head.
And one of them was "A traditional Sunday lunch can be referred to as meat and two what?"
Sophie answered correctly with 'veg'.
But viewers were left more distracted with the other, more X-rated meaning to the phrase – referring to male genitals.
One fan couldn't resist writing on social media: "'Meat and two veg? Really Ben – subliminal messaging?", as another giggled: "Meat and two veg, Ben?!"
A third fan was clearly typing through the laughter as they said: "Meat and two veg klaxon!"
Sophie managed to beat out Sarah to a place in the final head-to-head, as she prepared to take on Tony for a chance to play for the much-coveted jackpot counter.
The brunette beauty wasn't as confident on a few other questions, though, as she got muddled with a Royal query.
She was asked which prince was photographed on Fathers' Day with his son Archie last year – the correct answer being Prince Harry.
But Sophie plumped for his brother William instead, leading to a few fans scrunching their eyebrows in bafflement as they penned: "Wrong prince Sophie!"
Another said: "Sophie doesn't know the royals!" as someone else giggled: "Sophie's stayed at home a bit too long."
Plenty more fans were simply sidetracked by Sophie's beauty, as one wrote: "Beauty and brains!"
Someone else just added: "She's fit."
But unfortunately, Sophie didn't make it through to the final round, as Tony beat her out with £1,900. Sophie was just £100 behind on £1,800 – but it still meant Ben had to say goodbye to her.
One devastated viewer took to social media to post: "Sophie is out?" alongside a GIF of a television being smashed with a mallet.
"Bloody good effort Sophie!" another congratulated.
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During Monday's show, one player had viewers at home cringing with, as she egged the machine on with the catchphrase "Come to mama".
Mary had her own way of urging the counters to fall in her favour, as she provided constant commentary: "Now here we go… sits flat."
But one flabbergasted viewer penned: "Come to mama? Oh no…", as someone else said: "Come to mama…" with a sick-face emoji.
- Tipping Point
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