Celebrity Hunted viewers spot major gaffe in debut episode – but did you spot it?

CELEBRITY Hunted viewers spotted a major gaffe in the debut episode of the Channel 4 show – branding the whole show "a set up".

Eagle-eyed fans took to Twitter to note how they had spotted that it looked as though they had filmed one of the sequences twice to get two different angles.

On Sunday night, Celebrity Hunted returned to screens – much to the delight of fans – with eight new famous faces trying to elude the hunters.

Among them were team of two, Too Hot to Handle star Chloe Veitch and British drag queen The Vivienne – who put on disguises to get away.

Dressed up as old ladies, they were seen getting onto the London underground at East London station Leytonstone, but fans noticed something wrong.

They were quick to take to Twitter to reveal how there are two entrances to the underground stop, and noted the scene had been filmed from both.

"Obvious mistake on Celebrity Hunted," one viewer pointed out. "There are two entrances to Leytonstone tube. They are pictured going into both sides."

They went on to discuss whether it was a "set up or retake", as a second chimed in to speculate how the hunters found the footage of the pair so quickly.

"The hunters got the right few seconds from what must have been hours of tube station CCTV footage? Such a huge set up," the second viewer penned.

Chloe, 22, and The Vivienne, 29, could be seen trying to get to a safe spot in London by catching a train dressed as two old ladies.

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The pair shuffled with their bags into the station entrance as they tried their best to be "completely in character" as two OAPs.

Within minutes of Chloe and The Vivienne getting on the train, the hunters had found the "old dears" and were tracking them into London.

Last night, viewers also spotted an interesting little detail on Olympian Iwan Thomas' car as he popped home to say goodbye to his son.

The sprinter was paired up with Paralympic gold medallist Richard Whitehead and they headed off on the run across the country in the hope of evading capture for a full two weeks.

Sprinter Iwan represented Great Britain in the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta, and still holds the official British 400m record – which he secured in 1997.

He won gold in the European championships in Budapest in the 400m and the 400m relay in 1998 after winning gold in the 400m relay at the Worlds in 1997.

In 1996, Thomas won silver in the 400m relay at the Atlanta Olympics.

Iwan and Richard, who has four Paralympic medals, used their fitness abilities to get them as far away from the hunters as possible.

Despite the hectic few moments, eagle-eye viewers noticed something very interesting about his black Mercedes that was sitting in the garage.

Iwan's number plate read 'RUN 400', a nod to his successful career in the athletic event.

"OMG that numberplate RUN 400M," wrote one excited fan on Twitter.

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