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Entertainment BBC The Wheel: Viewers in stitches over Big Narstie's 'hilarious' blunder on show

03:10  21 november  2021
03:10  21 november  2021 Source:   mylondon.news

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This Morning viewers were left in stitches when the 'Spin To Win' wheel failed to work, meaning Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield had to be resourceful. The wheel decided it didn't want to come down, and despite Phillip attempting to climb a ladder to fix it, he was swiftly ordered down by the show ' s Deputy Editor (much to his annoyance), leaving the popular hosts wondering how to play the game. However, after a quick commercial break, Holly and Phillip showed off their resourcefulness, with Holly ripping up her script to write the money totals on paper and placing them in a mug.

Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel is a popular BBC game show in which contestants sit on human roulette wheel and rely on the knowledge of celebrities to win cash.

On tonight’s episode (November 20) a number of celebs appeared including Patrick Grant, Debbie McGee, Claudia Winkleman and Big Narstie.

MC and rapper Big Narstie, 36, had viewers in stitches this evening due to his hilarious “chaotic” energy.

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Big Narstie had claimed dogs as his area of expertise, but when the questions came around his knowledge left much to be desired.

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This Morning viewers were left in stitches when the 'Spin To Win' wheel failed to work, meaning Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield had to be resourceful. The wheel decided it didn't want to come down, and despite Phillip attempting to climb a ladder to fix it, he was swiftly ordered down by the show ' s Deputy Editor (much to his annoyance), leaving the popular hosts wondering how to play the game. However, after a quick commercial break, Holly and Phillip showed off their resourcefulness, with Holly ripping up her script to write the money totals on paper and placing them in a mug.

This Morning viewers were left in stitches when the 'Spin To Win' wheel failed to work, meaning Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield had to be resourceful. The wheel decided it didn't want to come down, and despite Phillip attempting to climb a ladder to fix it, he was swiftly ordered down by the show ' s Deputy Editor (much to his annoyance), leaving the popular hosts wondering how to play the game. However, after a quick commercial break, Holly and Phillip showed off their resourcefulness, with Holly ripping up her script to write the money totals on paper and placing them in a mug.

With £10,000 at stake for contestant Antonia, Big Narstie was asked how many teeth a dog typically has, 22, 32, 42 or 52.

Straightaway Big Narstie seemed sure about his answer: “I’d say 42 [...] you’ve got to think about the ones you can’t see.”

Viewers couldn’t believe the hilarious moment that followed when Big Narstie quickly changed his mind: “22 teeth then we’re going with.”

Before the other celebs had finished laughing, Big Narstie changed his answer again: “32 teeth...that’s the answer, feels right.”

In a hilarious punchline, Big Narstie should have stuck with his first thought - the answer was 42.

“You're the expert on dogs,” Michael McIntyre reminded him.

Viewers were quick to share their thoughts on social media: “Someone give Big Narstie his own show on BBC! Bloody brilliant. Not laughed this hard at a chat show in ages #bignarstie #bbc

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This Morning viewers were left in stitches when the 'Spin To Win' wheel failed to work, meaning Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield had to be resourceful. The wheel decided it didn't want to come down, and despite Phillip attempting to climb a ladder to fix it, he was swiftly ordered down by the show ' s Deputy Editor (much to his annoyance), leaving the popular hosts wondering how to play the game. However, after a quick commercial break, Holly and Phillip showed off their resourcefulness, with Holly ripping up her script to write the money totals on paper and placing them in a mug.

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Another amused viewer said: “I will have some of whatever Big Narstie is on.”

“Big Narstie is bloody hilarious, but he doesn’t know much about dogs does he considering that’s his chosen subject,” another Twitter user said.

"Big Narstie is on #TheWheel. This is gonna be chaotic," another chimed in.

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