Tipping Point viewers slam blonde beauty for irritating habit as they fume 'I can't cope!' | The Sun

TIPPING POINT viewers bashed a contestant for her annoying habit on the ITV gameshow.

As ever, Ben Shephard was on hand to welcome three new players to see if they had what it takes to win big on the ITV daytime show.

But rather than the attention being on the quizzing, those at home watching were left distracted by one contestant's "irritating" habit.

A participant kept talking and sharing light-hearted comments throughout the pisode.

Fans were captivated to their televisions as Joanna, Darren, and Vicky competed.

But it was Joanna's live commentary that enraged fans, who took to Twitter to vent their rage.

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One wrote: "I'm sorry but I wouldn't be able to cope with Joanna on today's Tipping Point. I would wanna be first contestant out."

Another added: "Can Joanna just shut up please!"

A third complained: "Why is this girl so annoying? Please be quiet."

A fourth fumed: "I seriously can't cope with Joanna, someone shut her up please."

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A fifth raged: "For goodness sake! shut the f**k up!!"

Despite Joanna being a popular topic on Twitter, she performed admirably on the show and joined Darren in the penultimate round.

But sadly, her efforts weren't enough to see her through to the final and instead Darren landed the spot.

Darren declined the trade and his nerves took over. Unfortunately for Darren, if he had chosen to trade, the jackpot counter, worth £10,000, would have fallen.

Tipping Point airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV and episodes are available to watch on ITVX

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