This Morning fans fear 'missing' segment has been axed after show change-up
Despite the continuous blunders and mishaps from those playing, the good news is that the game will be back on air from next week.
A spokesperson for the ITV series confirmed the news, and that Spin to Win would be back causing all kinds of chaos next week.
It comes after one confused fan tweeted: “Ok when are we playing Spin2Win?”
Another said: “I think they’ve scrapped it.”
A third commented: “Right I’ve been notified spin to win has been cancelled without me winning.”
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.
Friends fan spots Rachel being replaced mid-scene – 18 years after episode aired
This isn’t the first time a stand-in mishap has been spotted on the show.
Monica was also replaced with a stand-in in season eight, episode five, The One with Rachel’s Date.
Here Monica and Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) were having a chat on the orange sofa in Central Perk and the camera switches between them as they talk.
Towards the end of the conversation, when the camera focuses on Phoebe, it shows she is sat with a totally random woman, who looks nothing like actress Courteney Cox.
Similarly, Rachel was replaced in yet another episode of season nine, The One with the Mugging. In this one Rachel is seen running into Monica and Chandler’s apartment to tell Joey that he got a big audition.
She stands in the door way a little behind Joey, but when the camera comes closer to him, someone else wearing a similar outfit to Rachel, can be seen standing near the door. How strange!
Coronation Street star on 'importance' of airing Ed's homophobia towards son James
“There’s the racism element, and there’s the homophobia as well so for James he has both to deal with at the same time.
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“To highlight both issues is really important. Discrimination is discrimination. Neither one is more important than the other.”
James is part of the Bailey family, Coronation Street’s first black family on the soap in its 60 year history.
As Christine asked about his first year on the show, Nathan said: “Now that we’re here, and hopefully are doing a good job, it goes back to that thing of representations.
“When you’re watching something, you want to see self-representation like with James’ storylines and his sexuality and stuff.”
Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm and 8:30pm on ITV.