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Entertainment Family Fortunes makes awkward spelling mistake

15:35  05 october  2020
15:35  05 october  2020 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Family Fortunes viewers spotted a spelling mistake during tonight’s episode – and to be honest, they just can’t get over it. One fan went as far as to say they were ‘irrationally angry’ about it. The hit game show made its return last week with new host Gino D’Acampo taking the reigns.

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A recent episode of Family Fortunes made an awkward spelling mistake which seemed to irritate viewers.

Family Fortunes made an awkward spelling mistake on its third episode on Sunday night, as new host Gino D'Acampo welcomed the Egan and Pfupa families. © ITV Family Fortunes made an awkward spelling mistake on its third episode on Sunday night, as new host Gino D'Acampo welcomed the Egan and Pfupa families.

The classic family quiz show returned to ITV this autumn with a brand new host in the form of This Morning chef Gino D'Acampo.

Sunday night's episode (October 4) saw the Pfupa family go head to head with the Egan family for the chance to win a £30,000 cash prize. However, a spelling mistake within the opening minutes of the show left fans at home "irrationally angry".

Gino D'Acampo Family Fortunes © ITV Gino D'Acampo Family Fortunes

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The blunder in question occurred when the families were asked to name what superpower they think people would want to have.

The top answer, guessed immediately, was "invisibility". However, the Family Fortunes spelling of the word was missing an "i" which left the survey board reading "invisiblity" — and viewers were not impressed.

"Anyone else irrationally angry that 'invisibility' is spelt wrong," said one viewer. "Bet whoever did these graphics wishes they were invisible when they realise they spelt it wrong," said another.

graphical user interface: Gino D'Acampo Family Fortunes © ITV Gino D'Acampo Family Fortunes

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"Livid and I didn’t even watch it," added another. "Agggghhhhh my eyes!" said another.

The rest of the episode wasn't without its blunders, as fans were left gobsmacked by the families' collective lack of knowledge of celebrity chefs, while one contestant dubbed Gnarls Barkley singer Cee Lo Green "a rapper".

Our survey says ... Eek!

Family Fortunes continues on Sunday (October 11) on ITV.

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