Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby before another version of this Spin to Win competition in the morning, with social worker Sally-Ann happy to be chosen to play
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The TV presenter, 59, helped ensure that social worker Sally-Ann, who called in ITV program from Norfolk, won the biggest prize money from the competition.
From the moment she welcomed presentation duo Holly and Phil, Sally-Ann couldn’t hide her excitement at being featured on her favorite show.
“I made it. I’m spinning to win!” she cried, before admitting that she ‘enjoyed’ watching Holly and Phil every day
Phil, the man in charge of the wheel, said he had “felt some luck today” before the dial finally dropped to £2,000, the second-highest amount available.
An ecstatic Sally-Ann screams in response to her win, with her revelation to Phil and his co-host Holly Willoughby41 years old, that she was “shaking” and that she hoped to buy a sofa with cash.
This sent Phil back to the wheel, telling her, “Wait a minute.” He then spins the wheel again but sets it at £3,000 – sparking even more excitement.
Some viewers appreciated Sally Ann’s win, some of which considered Twitter early this morning to express this.
One viewer commented after the scene: “Aww, bless her. Sally Ann really seems stunned that she’s finally on Spin to Win. They all usually sound depressed. “
Another said: “I’m so glad Sally Ann won £3k on Spin to Win. What a lovely lady.” A third wrote: “Sally on @thismorning Spin to Win took me all week.”
“Best Spin to Win ever I’ve heard since the beginning. So happy she won big,” one viewer tweeted. While another said: “LIVE for today’s Spin to Win winner.”
Another viewer said they were “lovely” watching the latest installment of the Spin to Win competition, a regular part of the popular ITV magazine show.
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The latest episode celebrates Phil’s 40th career in television. He is said to have made his debut on the youth music show Shazam! in New Zealand in 1982.
Speaking of the celebration, he said that “it was all quite emotional”, the presenter added: “I’m not comfortable being the center of big attention.”
He further commented earlier this morning: “I actually forgot, I didn’t bookmark it and date it out. And it was extraordinary that I was only 32 years old. “
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