Who Wants To Be A Millionaire host Jeremy Clarkson has been accused of suggesting a wrong answer on the show on purpose.
The 60-year-old hosted a celebrity edition of the popular ITV show on Sunday night and welcomed actress Ronni Ancona, who was playing for an environmental charity, into the hot seat.
However, the 52-year-old brunette got stuck on one particular question about Britain's motorways.
The question read: "At just over 230 miles, which is the longest motorway in Great Britain?" but Ronni looked unsure.
Deciding to use her lifeline and ask for Jeremy's opinion, the impressionist looked confident that she had a car enthusiast sat opposite her.
Jeremy said he thought it was the M1, as did Ronni's pal when she used her phone a friend lifeline.
Deciding to give M1 as her final answer, Ronni looked absolutely gutted when she realised it was the wrong answer and that she would only be taking home £1,000 for her chosen charity.
Viewers at home were quick to accuse former Top Gear presenter Jeremy of suggesting the wrong answer on purpose – and didn't believe that he wouldn't know the longest motorway was the M6.
Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "Clarkson steering a contestant wrong on a motoring question is just so 2020, isn't it."
A second person tweeted: "How can Clarkson nOT know the M6 is longer than the M1!"
A third fan of the show posted: "Clarkson knew that answer. Who doesn't drive in the UK and not know the M6 is massive. Proof he really is a c*** just because she had an eco charity (sic)."
And a fourth person fumed: "Jezza getting the question deliberately wrong so not to help the environment how very dare you."
On Saturday's episode, Jeremy got into a bit of a war of words with his feuding partner Piers Morgan.
He mocked him and told him he wouldn't do too well, and it turned out he was right.
Like Ronni, Piers left with just £1,000 for charity.
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