THE Hit List viewers were left saying the same thing about Rochelle and Marvin Humes appearance on tonight’s show.
Hosts 罗谢尔 and Marvin were joined by father and son Joe and Harry from Glasgow , cousins Kourtney-Sian and Sheldan from Romford, and friends Preethi and Mark from London.
They kicked off the round with songs from various years and then a special round on tracks from the 70s, followed by hits from the noughties.
Viewers were thrilled that the BBC show was back on their screens – but many fans were left distracted by Rochelle’s outfit.
The This Morning presenter, 33, dazzled in an orange cut-out midi dress, while Marvin opted for a denim jacket, a white t-shirt and a pair of khaki trousers.
But some fans were not keen on the outfits, 一口气: “Who on earth dressed Rochelle tonight? Her hips look like they are down by her knees. #TheHitList”
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另一个贴: “Not keen on Rochelle’s dress tonight. #TheHitList”
三分之一说: “Rochelle’s dress looks a bit strange on her…and Marvin is dressed for a shopping trip. #TheHitList”
But other fans were wowed by Rochelle’s outfit, 一个帖子: “Love Rochelle’s dress. #TheHitList”
The contestants battled it out but unfortunately Joe and Harry were the given the boot, followed by Kourtney-Sian and Sheldan.
Preethi and Mark impressed viewers with their music knowledge and made it to the final round and walked away with £6,775.
All you have to do to win a potential £10,000 prize is name the artist and title of hit songs.
While it sounds easy, each round gets harder.
The first round starts with the contestants given the opportunity to answer five quick-fire music questions and name five artists/songs which have all been top five hits, from five different decades,
Each track will be played for five seconds and players must give the name and artist of the track to score a point.
Round two will see the buzzer enter which gives contestants the extra pressure of who will press it first.
The team with the fewest points at the end of the round is eliminated.
Round Three is all about the intros as the two remaining teams identify a range of song titles and artists by listening to the very beginning of the songs against the clock.
The last remaining team faces the final round where they can win up to £10,000.
They must identify ten songs and artists – but if they take longer than five seconds to answer the money drops.