I was on Tipping Point – here’s what left me absolutely terrified when I prepared for the show | The Sun

A FORMER Tipping Point contestant revealed what left them "absolutely terrified" before appearing on the show.

Contestant Morgy, who featured on the ITV programme in 2022 has revealed what he was scared of before the episode aired.


In a TikTok he posted, the participant told those watching that he would be going on the show and these would be his three reasons why he's "so worried".

He began: "Number 1, Tipping Point Twitter trolls. Obviously I do TikTok now so I'm used to trolls and negative comments but – have you seen my content? It's awful it's mostly deserved."

"The Tipping Point trolls are some of the most heartless vile people on earth. I'll show you some example viral tweets in a second, these sort of people go on Twitter and at David Attenborough and call him an ugly old p***k."

The contestant then went onto to read out a series of horrible tweets from Tipping Point viewers.

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After he finished reading the tweets out he told TikTok users: "If people try to write tweets about me like this then I'll probably go cry in a corner and that will be on your conscious."

He then explained reason number two which was his appearance.

"Obviously now I'm in front of the camera all the time but back then I wasn't and if you asked me now I would say I would much rather be hosting a game like this or some sort of comedy chat show – that's a dream goal but back then I was just a nervous contestant."

The former contestant continued: "Now that's got me thinking was I staring at the camera too much was, was I blinking too much? Did I have bogies up my nose? Sweat patches? Who knows. It's too late now we will find out tomorrow."

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Morgy explained reason number three was if he was trying to make people laugh.

He added: "Life is stressful why not make people laugh? I would back myself though and see three out of ten times I am able to make someone laugh."

He then jokingly made a impression of someone who is trying to be funny after saying: "But I am hoping that when I'm on the show I don't come across as that guy. Slipping jokes in life right and centre. Hopefully I don't come across like that – but if I do then oh well."

The contestant then ended the video with a joke about him getting a question wrong and Ben Shepherd slapping him across the face.

Although this didn't happen and he just said it to make his followers laugh.


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