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Jonathan Ross thinks Tipping Point is made ‘easier’ for celebrities

OHMYGOSSIP — Jonathan Ross thinks ‘Tipping Point’ bosses make things “easier” for celebrities.
The 63-year-old chat show host and weighed in on the celebrity edition of the ITV1 daytime quiz show and suggested famous faces get special treatment when it comes to the questions they have to answer.
Speaking on his ‘Parenting Hell’ podcast, he said: “They make it easier when the celebs are on. The questions are always a little bit easier.”
Comedian Rob Beckett, 38, was on Jonathan’s podcast, and as another former ‘Tipping Point’ contestant he admitted there were ways to get a more favourable set of questions.
He teased: “The key in the ‘research chat’ is to act really thick.”
Jonathan quipped: “‘Have you heard about a guy called Napoleon?’ ‘Yeah I’ve heard of him. Waterloo…’
“Then, first question, ‘Where did Napoleon meet his defeat?’ ”
The quiz show – which is fronted by ‘This Morning’ host Ben Shephard – sees contestants answer questions to win counters which they use on a large coin pusher arcade-style machine in an attempt to win big.
The 49-year-old presenter has fronted the show since 2012, and he previously praised those who sign up for the show as “incredibly brave”.
He told the Daily Mirror: “These people are under pressure in an environment and their minds go blank and they can’t think of anything and the words don’t make sense.
“And I just have so much admiration for all of them. There have been some amazing answers but to be fair to all those people that come in, they are incredibly brave to take on the machine.”
The former ‘Good Morning Britain’ star – who made a name for himself hosting ‘GMTV’ alongside Kate Garraway in the early 2000s – would “hate” to think anyone was worried about making a fool of themselves because he has done that “a number of times” while working on the show.
He added: “And I would hate to think anybody would be nervous about coming in because they’re worried about making a fool of themselves, because I have done it on a number of occasions, and continue to make a fool of myself regularly.
“And I think that anybody can, when you’re under pressure like that. And hopefully they feel like we’re laughing with them and not laughing at them, because I would hate that to be the case.”

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