In the unfortunate Who Wants To Be A Millionaire mistake, Harry Redknapp is TV history

In the unfortunate Who Wants To Be A Millionaire mistake, Harry Redknapp is TV history

After leaving the University, Harry Redknapp was a TV legend. Who Wants to be a Millionaire?You can make a donation to charity without ever winning anything.

Former football manager I’m a CelebrityOn Friday night, the ITV quiz show featured the winner. However, the questions quickly turned difficult for the 74-year old.

The £500 question is where things unravelled, as host Jeremy Clarkson asked Redknapp: “Who has played the Vietnam veteran John Rambo in five action films?”

You had four choices: Sylvester Stallone (Sylvester Stallone), Arnold Schwarzenegger (Mel Gibson), Bruce Willis (Bruce Willis) and Mel Gibson.

Clarkson was told by Redknapp that it was an unfavorable question. “The last time I went to the cinema was to see Doctor Zhivago with my wife when I was 17.”

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Clarkson warned Redknapp that if he answered incorrectly, he would be sent home with “absolutely nothing”He reminded him that all his lifelines were still available to him.

Redknapp was able to provide the answers after looking through them. “was pretty sure”Bruce Willis was the right answer. “But I’m not a cinema-goer and I’m not even that great of a film watcher really,”And he said that he most watched sport on the television.

Redknapp used the 50-50 lifeline for two random incorrect answers in order to narrow down the options.

Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, and Sylvester Stallone were both the answers left on-screen. Redknapp chose Bruce Willis as his final answer.

Only it wasn’t the correct answer, it was Sylvester Stallone who played John Rambo.

“That’s the wrong answer,” Clarkson informed Redknapp.

There’s a moment of silence as Clarkson was left completely stunned at the turn of events. “I’m struggling here to find the right words.”

He said that Sylvester Stallone would have been correct if he had selected the Ask The Host Lifeline, where contestants can ask him questions.

“But the truth of the matter is Harry, you are leaving – I’ve never said this to any contestant who’s ever been on and all the time I’ve been hosting the show for four years – with absolutely nothing at all,”Clarkson spoke.

To make matters worse, the money won from the show was supposed to go to charity, but this doesn’t mean the charity didn’t get any money as Redknapp himself kindly pledge to donate £5,000 to his chosen charity.

Viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Redknapp’s unfortunate (albeit short) appearance on the show and his pledge to donate money to charity.

Redknapp is history’s first person to bring home nothing, while Jeremy Clarkson has presented. Jeremy Clarkson was the first celebrity to bring home nothing and the ninth overall contestant in the UK.

Poor Harry!

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