Viewers of the Tipping Point have noticed one competitor looks like climate activist Greta Thunberg
Monday’s edition of the ITV game show, presented by longtime host Ben Shephard, sees four new contestants take on the machine to try to win a jackpot prize.
But one player, in particular, has fans of the programme buzzing online with comparisons to a famous celebrity.
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The daily gameshow sees 4 players come face to face with a huge arcade-style counter pusher, where they need to answer questions correctly in order to earn slots to put in the machine.
Monday’s instalment saw Dursley Ambulance technician Ange, Retired IT manager Steve and London native sports coach Asone try to win the prize.
However, it was physics student Joni from Nottingham that sent tongues wagging as viewers were keen to point out interesting comparisons to figures in pop culture.
But one viewer’s comments, in particular, had viewers' eyebrows raised as they noted the impressive player's likeness to famous climate activist Greta Thunberg.
One viewer wrote: “Is it me, or does Joni look like Greta Thunberg? #TippingPoint”
"Aye," responded one viewer.
A second viewer compared her to the famous Harry Potter Hermione actress writing: “Joni is giving me Emma Watson vibes #TippingPoint”
Whilst another fan wrote: “Joni has come dressed as 'Little Red Riding Hood' #TippingPoint”
The young student went on to outsmart the other players to make it to the final round to try and master the machine whilst some viewers online couldn't help but compliment her youthful looks.
One viewer wrote: “Joni looks about 12 #TippingPoint”
Whilst another commented: “Joni is making me feel old she looks about 12 #TippingPoint”
Tipping Point airs weekdays at 4pm.
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