TIPPING Point fans were left concerned for host Ben Shephard after the latest episode aired.
The Good Morning Britain presenter fronts the popular ITV game show which airs weekdays.
However, viewers noticed during Thursdays episode that Ben looked visibly exhausted.
The 47-year-old sparked concern amongst fans who tuned in and noticed his tired appearance.
One viewer described the TV presenter as looking "knackered" as viewers said he was in need of a good night's sleep.
One viewer asked: "Just switched on. Is Ben tired?"
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“I spent most of the episode looking at Ben's eyes and thinking he looks tired today… get some kip ben!" added a second viewer.
While a third viewer said they thought both Ben and the contestants all looked exhausted.
“They all look knackered to me. Sunken and baggy eyed, including Ben," said the viewer.
Another agreed, tweeting: "I think they all look a bit tired. Must have been the first filmed episode of the day.”
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Ben recently paid tribute to a Tipping Point contestant who tragically passed away before his episode made it to air.
Taking to his official Twitter account, Ben said: "Since we recorded today’s Tipping Point, Rav’s family have shared the sad news of his passing.
"I loved playing alongside him, and along with all the Tipping Point team we are sending his family and friends all our love."
Tipping Point airs weekdays from 4pm on ITV.
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