Good news for fans of Who Wants to be a Millionaire - the popular gameshow is returning with a new, rather surprising, host!
The gameshow is returning for seven special episodes, to mark the 20th anniversary of its launch, but instead of Chris Tarrant, taking the helm will be controversial choice Jeremy Clarkson.
The programme, which will air on ITV, will answer members of the public the chance to win a cool £1,000,000 by answering 15 questions with the help of the famous lifelines (ask the audience, phone a friend, 50:50).
It's set to film in Manchester and you can now apply to take part!
“I have always loved the show and am thrilled to be involved with its rebirth," says Jeremy Clarkson. "I’m a big fan of quiz shows and I’m looking forward to hosting this iconic TV show and hopefully making a few millionaires!”
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The first programme aired in September 1998, and it ran until February 2014 - pulling in a whopping 19 million viewers at its peak. It was voted 23 in a poll to find the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes, and the format was sold all over the world.
It ended after Chris Tarrant decided to leave after 15 years of presenting the programme.
The show was not without its controversies during its TV rein - and many of us remember when Charles Ingram won the £1m prize only to have it stripped from him after suspicious coughing was heard in the studio audience, alerting him to the correct answers.
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