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Tipping Point viewers couldn't help but comment on player Luke's incredibly straight posture on Tuesday afternoon's episode, as he stood tall with his chest out and head and chin up.
Luke was hoping to win some money from host Ben Shephard, alongside other plays Carol, Glyn and Sophie – but viewers wondered if he'd meant to go to a Hollywood audition or fitness competition instead.
Noticing his proper posture, fans flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts, with some wondering if he had neck ache.
One said: "The way Luke is standing is annoying me his neck must ache."
Another tweeted: "Luke thinks he's auditioning for the part of Gaston."
A third wrote: "Luke thinks he's at a fitness contest."
Someone else said: "Luke's mum must've told him to stand up straight."
And a fifth added: "If Luke keeps pushing his chest out, holding his breath and holding his stomach in, he'll collapse."
It seems after over a year of being stuck indoors, people aren't used to seeing other people stood up – and sadly for Luke, they didn't get much chance to see him either as he was knocked out after the second round.
Sophie became the first player to be eliminated, after failing to add any money at all to her prize pot.
And after a tense head to head, Glyn was sent home, leaving Carol to go on to fight the machine for the jackpot.
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