House of Games viewers have big complaint about celebrity line-up for this week's episodes

HOUSE of Games viewers have a big complaint about the celebrity line-up for this week's episodes.

Monday always means a new batch of famous faces join Richard Osman for the next five shows.


This week, the line up consisted of Scottish comedian and presenter Des Clarke and fellow comic Rachel Fairburn, legendary DJ Trevor Nelson and actress Kimberley Nixon.

While Des has presented SM:TV Live and programmes on CBBC during his career, Rachel co-hosts the hit comedy podcast All Killa No Filla.

Meanwhile Trevor worked at BBC Radio 1 from 1996 until 2013 and continues to present shows on BBC Radio 1Extra and BBC Radio 2, while Kimberley is best known for her roles in Cranford and Hebburn.

However, despite their respective credentials, some viewers had a hard time recognising who they were.

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Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "Richard Osman assures me we'll see four famous faces this week. I only know Trevor."

Another added: "Could Richard Osman start explaining who some of these celebrities actually are? I only recognise Trevor Nelson out of this lot!"

A third tweeted: "Wow, usually there’s at least ONE contestant on #houseofgames that I’ve heard of."

Meanwhile a fourth joked: "I love #houseofgames but looking at this week’s line up I’m thinking I may be famous enough to get on soon."

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The first episode was a closely fought contest between the celebrities.

But in the end Kimberley won the show and topped the leaderboard.


House of Games airs weekdays at 6pm on BBC Two.

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