House of Games viewers seriously distracted by celebrity contestants' 'ageless' appearances | The Sun

HOUSE of Games viewers were left seriously distracted by one celebrity contestant who doesn't seem to age.

Every week four new famous faces join host Richard Osman to play a host of different games – and one of them was soon a hot topic on social media.


Every day this week, celebrity contestants Cally Beaton, Louis Emerick, Helen George and Justin Moorhouse take on a series of quiz rounds selected by the host, quiz legend Richard Osman. 

A daily winner is declared following a quickfire round at the end of each show, and the scores are tallied across the week, resulting in an overall champion being crowned on Friday. 

On Tuesday evening's instalment of the BBC quiz show, stand up comedian Cally Beaton stole the viewers attention as they couldn't help but notice her ageless appearance.

The comedian looked radiant and youthful as she joined the rest of the stars in a series of quiz rounds.

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People at home watching took to Twitter to comment on Cally's youthful display.

With one writing: "Cally looks amazing, I swear she doesn't age."

Another wrote: " I can't believe Cally is 53."

A third commented: "Cally looks amazing!"

Viewers also noticed that Louis Emerick seemed to not age, too and commented on his appearance.

One fan pointed out: "Louis Emerick just does not age! He still looks fantastic."

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Just last month, viewers were left scratching their heads by a celebrity guest's wardrobe blunder.

At the end of the show, Louis Emerick ended up winning and walking away with the House of Games tote bag.

House of Games airs weeknights at 6pm on BBC Two.



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