Hmmm I would have thought that due to the recent scandals they would have covered this up (as he said, they would have done that 10 years ago).
That is exactly why they are
If they did, all they would need is one contestant/audience member to tell the press, Ofcom, both, and thus things would become
I think it will be interesting to see, but I really think we shouldn't start pandering to the pin-heads who scream "deception!" all the time.
In Golden Balls the plastic balls themselves have a magnetic closure, however when they churn around the machine they tend to fall open - so each one is stuck shut with some sticky tape. The show is stopped and started while crew come in to "unseal" the balls. They did (if memory serves) fall open in the machine during the show I did, meaning we had to stop and restart that sequence. I might be mis-remembering but we were certainly
what would happen if there was a "ball malfunction".
It would be nonsense to suggest there was anything underhand going on, and it would get pretty dull if ITV felt the need to show the process.
People need to grow up. And they think they're being ripped off they should stop dialing premium rate numbers.