‘The Price is Right’ Fans Slam ‘Stupidest Contestant Ever’ After ‘Attention Seeking’ Bid


The Price is Right viewers weren’t amused throughout Tuesday night time’s (May 7) episode after one contestant wasted his alternative on a “stupid” joke bid.

As reported by The U.S. Sun, Tuesday’s episode noticed a contestant named Nicholas referred to as down from the viewers to strive his luck at profitable some huge prizes. However, Nicholas ended up stunning viewers and host Drew Carey with an outlandish bid.

He and three others needed to guess the value of a set of exercise gear, which included a spin bike and a vertical knee-raise station. As per the standard Price is Right guidelines, the winner was the bid closest to the actual value with out going over.

Nicholas was requested to make his bid first, to which he stated, “I’m gonna say $1 million.”

The normally noisy studio viewers fell silent as Carey appeared baffled. “Seriously?” the host requested.

“Yeah, it looks like some nice equipment,” Nicholas continued.

“We can put one million on there if you want us to,” Carey added, seemingly giving one other probability for Nicholas to vary his thoughts.

Drew Carey on Price is Right

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The daring contestant determined to stay along with his reply, and Carey accepted it (although the manufacturing workforce was unable to show the $1 million guess on the rostrum because the quantity was too giant).

Obviously, Nicholas’s ridiculous response didn’t repay. The exercise gear’s precise retail worth ended up being $1,798.

Later within the episode, Nicholas obtained one other shot at transferring onto the primary pricing video games. This time, he gave a extra reasonable response and earned himself a spot on the stage. While speaking to Carey, he defined his $1 million bid was the results of dropping a guess.

“Oh, no, no problem,” Carey advised him. “You gotta pay off your bets.”

Even after his rationalization, viewers had been nonetheless mad at Nicholas for what many deemed an “attention seeking” transfer.

“Whoever made him do the bet just got him a spot as the “stupidest contestant ever.” And principally uncovered him on tv,” wrote one commenter on the Price is Right Reddit discussion board.

“He wanted the internet attention that he is now receiving, particularly on Reddit,” added one other.

“I don’t get it!! Why waste a bid like that??” stated one other.

“This is another production screw up. They are picking some of the worst players. This could’ve been drawn out in a pre show interview,” added one person.

Another added, “The best part was that audience just sat there in silence. They recognized a clown when they saw one.”

“Feel bad for everyone in the audience whose dream was to come on down,” wrote one fan.

“Bruh I was “yelling” at my TV Screen over this. $ 1 million for an train bike? Come on,” added one other.

What did you consider Nicholas’ loopy bid? Let us know within the feedback beneath.

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