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Fans of Tipping Point noticed a contestant make an embarrassing mistake on Friday's (30 September) episode of the show.
On Friday's episode Ben welcomed three new hopefuls up to their podiums and the contestants took their positions as he introduced them to the audience.
One of the contestants named Sally took part in todays show and got to the second round along side fellow contestant James.
However, as home viewers settled in for a night in front of their favourite game show, they noticed Sally make an embarrassing blunder.
One person took to Twitter and said: "Did she just call him bill? #tippingpoint "
Some one replied to the tweet saying: "She did."
Another person said: "Did she call him BILL?" while others chimed in with GIFs of Bill and Ben the Flowerpot Men in response to the confusion.
Sally narrowly beat James and made it to the Tipping point final.
At the end of the show Sally sadly couldn't get the counter off the top shelf and choose to take the lump sum of over 6 grand home.
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- Ben Shephard
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