Beat The Chasers fans livid as ‘robbed’ contestant told ‘right’ answer is wrong
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Beat the Chasers viewers were left raging at their screens as one contestant was so close to winning, but lost out at the last minute.
Esnart Membe was up against Shaun Wallace, Jenny Ryan, Paul Sinha and Mark Labbett and was quizzed in order to beat them and take home a cash prize.
However, she sadly walked away with nothing after a very intense round of questions.
Show host Bradley Walsh asked one which read: "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat is a song from what Disney film?"
Esnart replied: "The Aristocrats," which viewers argued was the right answer, but pronounced wrong – with her clearly meaning The Aristocats.
The film is called The Aristocats, but despite her best efforts, Esnart didn't get a point.
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Taking to Twitter, fans were fuming as they watched Esnart get "robbed" over the "right" answer, although Bradley said it was wrong.
"Esnart was robbed of that! She got the answer right #BeatTheChasers," one penned.
Another wrote: "How was her answer wrong on #BeatTheChasers she f***ing said aristocats. It was right!"
The Chasers made it challenging
Esnart lost out very last minute
A third commented: "I swear Esnart said The Aristocats? It was the right answer and she got it wrong? #BeatTheChasers "
"Aristocrats/Aristocats…seems a bit harsh, she had the right film… #BeatTheChasers," another added.
However other viewers thought it was fair that Esnart got it wrong.
One person tweeted: "People still banging on about 1st contestant she said Aristocrats not Aristocats. Totally different. #BeatTheChasers."
Bradley didn't allow the answer
A second added: "FFS! Esnart added "r" to Aristocats! End of!"
And a third said: "It’s Aristocats. She said Aristocrat. #BeatTheChasers "
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