Tipping Point fans fume at contestant’s annoying habit as she ‘steals Ben’s job’

Tipping Point fans found themselves fuming watching one player on Wednesday’s show.

Good Morning Britain presenter Ben Shephard returned as the host of the arcade-themed show with the latest bunch of quiz heads who were battling it out to take home the hefty cash prize.

Nigel, Megan, Becky and Jack were at the podiums in a bid to push over as many counters as they could in order to collect a cash prize to take home.

But Becky’s habit of talking through the player’s drops annoyed viewers at home, as she filled the silence with chatter.

And many flocked to Twitter to voice their fury.

One asked: “Ha why is that woman commenting on his drop?”

“SHUT THE F*** UP, BECKY. Man, put a f***ing sock in it,” fumed another.

Someone else chimed in with: “Becky likes the sound of her own voice”

“Running commentary klaxon!” pointed out a fourth.

Others accused Becky of trying to steal Ben’s job as host of the show.

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One said: “Alright, Becky you’re not after Ben’s job!”

“Ben does the commentary Becky,” tweeted a second.

Luckily for them Becky didn’t make it to the final round as she was pipped to the post by Nigel, much to the relief of those at home.

Nigel went on to bag that jackpot counter after a very tense final and took home £10,000.

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He said he would be spending the money on trip to Florida with his family.

It comes after host Ben joked he’d help his Good Morning Britain colleagues get on the show after he announced his shocking departure.

The 46-year-old revealed he was leaving the programme at the end of the year after 13 years on the hit daytime quiz show.

Ben has been the presenter for the show since it first aired in 2012 and it’s fair to say fans are devastated to see the father-of-two leave.

Tipping Point airs weekdays on ITV at 4pm

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