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ITV Tipping Point fans in awe over 'gorgeous' contestant as she narrowly misses win

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Tipping Point viewers were left struggling to focus when one pretty contestant caught their eye on the latest instalment of the show.Viewers of the hit ITV game show couldn't believe their eyes when they saw stunning contestant Molly being introduced by host Ben Shephard on Friday (October 7.)The gorgeous hopeful joined the latest batch of would-be jackpot winners as he caught the eye of fans who excitedly took to Twitter to rave about her appearance.READ MORE: Tipping point fans shocked by 'sneaky' quiz show question that catches contestant outThe sea of compliments took over as Molly stepped up to answer Ben's questions and see if she could bag some well-deserved cash and reach the final.Eager viewers took to Twitter to heap praise on the pretty female as she gave her all to answering Ben's questions and getting into the final rounds.One wrote: "Hello Molly you little beauty #tippingpoint," followed by a series of heart eye emojis.Another added: "Molly is so cute I just want to take her home to meet my mum."A third agreed: "Molly has the sweetest smile she's absolutely gorgeous."Another social media user tweeted: "Forget the jackpot I wouldn't mind taking Molly home."While Molly saw off competition from fellow contestant Freddie pipping him to the post as they headed into the final rounds, her attempts at reaching the final of the show didn't go to plan.While she bagged a few lucky correct answers and placed her counters strategically sadly it just wasn't enough for her to succeed.Molly was left disappointed as she failed to outperform Alex with him thrashing her in the final round and becoming the winner on the day.As Alex took on the cash machine he found himself lacking in luck with the £10000 jackpot counter.

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