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Trailer for the new series of Millionaire, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary with Jeremy Clarkson. Aired date: May 5, 2018. Channel: ITV
Viewers on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? were left delighted after an amputee contestant won £125K by correctly naming the location of a castle - as it was where he lost his leg.Gareth Kendall, from Halifax, was asked where the ruins of Urquhart Castle in Scotland stood, to which he replied: 'I know this...because I lost my leg there' - leading to gasps in the audience. He had earlier explained how he had lost his leg in a horror car crash, before later revealing he had been visiting the ruins of the castle on Loch Ness that day. Cafe owner Gareth took home the prize money to become the most successful contestant so far on the new series of the show - with host Jeremy Clarkson remarking 'Finally we have someone with some general knowledge.' However, he could have gone home with £250,000 - as his 'inkling' on the answer of the next question had been correct.Clarkson had asked Gareth, who was seen adjusting his prosthetic leg as he sat down, about losing his lefr leg on Wednesday night's show Share this article Share Gareth explained 'I was in a car crash', before revealing that he had got a tattoo on his right leg. 'I have one foot in the grave tattooed on my leg, and it's actually gone quite viral,' he said. Viewers were quick to react to Gareth's win, saying they were delighted he had managed to take home a sizeable jackpot. One wrote: 'So pleased for Gareth on #Millionaire. What a question to win £125k on! #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire #WWTBAM.'Another added: 'What a great contestant Gareth on #WhoWantsToBeAMillionare and to get that question on Loch Ness based on his own experience has changed his life for a second time!'Meanwhile, one viewer commented: 'Delighted for Gareth. A normal Yorkshire bloke. Well deserved. 'Fancy the place you lost your leg essentially winning you £125k one day. Amazing. Enjoy every penny. #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire' Others pointed out that the fact that he has been the most successful contestant since the reboot of the quiz show hit screens last week.In fact, even host Clarkson appeared to lose his patience on Monday night's show, after a contestant struggled to answer a question on where Blackpool Tower is.The original Who Wants To Be A Millionaire show ran from 1998 to 2014, and was hosted Chris Tarrant. Clarkson is reviving the quiz show for seven episodes to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the programme.
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Charles Ingram and his accomplices sneakily find a way to cheat his answers on the show, winning him the final prize. Subscribe to Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Global for weekly clips - https://goo.gl/71nUFe
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