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Ant and Dec's Limitless Win fans giggle as players bank £30k after camel toe question

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Viewers of Ant & Dec's Limitless Win were in stitches on Saturday night after two contestants managed to bank £30,000 on a camel toe question.Amy and Sarah were very confident when they faced the challenge of potentially winning big on the ITV gameshow.But when asked, "In total, how many toes does a camel have?" by presenters Ant & Dec, the bubbly duo were very certain on the exact number.However, the question overall and the mention of camel toe certainly left viewers amused.Jumping onto Twitter, fans shared their thoughts.One viewer penned: "Definitely should have asked how many times can we say "camel toe" Hahaha @antanddec."Another said: "Prime time Saturday evening tv talking about camel toes, welcome to Britain."A third chimed: "Don't even ask me how I'm explaining to the kids/grankids what Camel Toe is.""Just Google-ing "camel toe" for #LimitlessWin research purposes of course..." A fourth joked.Another added: "Explaining how I know about camel toes to my youngest was rather funny!"But although the two ladies got off to a flying start, their luck began to run out rather quickly.After failing to answer a series of questions correctly, Sarah and Amy were running out of lives.When the women were asked about the number of points on the maple leaf on Canada's flag, the women were sure they knew the answer.However they quickly realised that they were incorrect and with only five lives left, they crashed out of the game.This is a live TV story and is constantly being updated.Please refresh the page regularly to get the latest TV updates.TV & Showbiz reporters are working to source the latest information, reaction, pictures and video related to this story.You can also follow us on Twitter @DailyStar, or follow us on.

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