The Traitors star Meryl’s TV past revealed after fans wondered where they’d seen her before

THE Traitors fans have finally figured out where they have seen Meryl Williams from before.

The Scottish lass, 25, is currently starring in the first series of the programa de la bbc.

The Traitors fans have figured out where they have seen Meryl before

The Traitors fans have figured out where they have seen Meryl beforeCrédito: BBC
The telly star took part in ITV's Blankety Blank earlier this year

The telly star took part in ITV’s Blankety Blank earlier this yearCrédito: Gorjeo

As part of the programme, Meryl is living with 21 strangers in a Scottish castle to try and sniff out the ‘traitors’.

The Traitors, alojado por Claudia Winkleman, premiered late last month.

Viewers have been scratching their heads trying to figure out what they had seen Meryl before.

Now her TV past has been revealed.

La estrella, who works in a call centre, appeared on Bradley Walsh’s Blankety Blank earlier this year.

One viewer shared a snap of her on the show on Twitter with the caption: “Meryl’s had a busy year!! #TheTraitors.

But that’s not itshe’s also worked with Canal 4 “No tengo hogar y podría haber estado debajo de un puente con un cartel de cartón pidiendo dinero.

Last year she took to Instagram to share a documentary that she had been working on.

Meryl told her followers: “I recently filmed a documentary for Channel 4 called True Stories to raise awareness about my condition.

It was so nice to do this with @rachellearmonth 🤍 hope you enjoy xxx.

Meryl has over 7,000 seguidores en Instagram.

The telly favourite loves to share what she gets up to on the social media platform.

Meryl loves to go out partying with pals, travelling and film content for her YouTube channel.

She also owns two adorable dogs called Gigi and Honey.

Meryl has appeared in other shows before The Traitors

Meryl has appeared in other shows before The TraitorsCrédito: Instagram
The Traitors is currently airing on BBC One

The Traitors is currently airing on BBC OneCrédito: BBC