Ben Shephard stunned as celebrities clash 'Don't know how you took so long' ...

Coronation Street actress Lisa George, McFly star Danny Jones and Queen of The Jungle Georgia ’Toff’ Toffolo joined Ben Shepherd on ITV's Tipping Point: Lucky Stars today. All three celebrities battled it out for their chance to play for £20,000 for their chosen charity. However, host Ben was left speechless when one celebrity made a cheeky comment about another’s deliberations over a question.

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In the first round, Lisa got off to a lucky start by earning £500 for her jackpot but used up all three tokens in the process.

Danny soon swooped in to take advantage of Lisa’s work and earned a respectable £1,000. 

Toff was close behind and finished the first round in second place with £1,600 to Danny’s £2,000 while Lisa trailed behind with £1,300.

The McFly star and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! winner went head-to-head in the next round and Danny looked like he’d secured his spot in the final. 

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During the second round, both contestants took it in turns to answer a question but when they weren’t sure of the answer they were given the opportunity to pass it to their opponent. 

Danny was asked: “On a standard mobile phone keypad, which number appears on the same button as the letters, ‘W, X, Y and Z’?”

The singer decided to play the question himself but wasn’t entirely confident and spent a while thinking out loud while Toff and Ben waited. 

As he mimed out texting on a mobile phone, he came to

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