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Rylan Clark holds back tears as he loses £250,000 for charity on Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win 

‘We’re so gutted’: Rylan Clark holds back tears as he loses £250,000 for charity with David Walliams on Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win

Rylan Clark held back tears after losing an eye-watering £250,000 with David Walliams on Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win on Monday. 

The presenter, 33, was left ‘gutted’ after taking on the endless ITV game with the Britain’s Got Talent judge in the hope to win money for their named charities.  

Rylan and David started off strong making their way up the ladder and eventually passed the £250,000 mark giving them the chance to reach half a million pounds. 

‘We’re gutted’: Rylan Clark held back tears after losing a massive £250,000 with David Walliams on Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win on Monday

However, after failing to lock-in what they had earned, they chose to risk the £75,000 and ran out of lives leaving them with nothing.

The pair were asked, ‘How many weeks does it take for a tadpole to turn into a frog’, before debating the question and locking in the answer with just seconds to spare. 

On the Christmas Day showing, Rylan seemed to know straight away it was wrong as he joked: ‘Is this the way out?’ 

'We did our best': The presenter, 33, was left 'gutted' after taking on the endless ITV game with the Britain's Got Talent judge in the hope to win money for their named charities

‘We did our best’: The presenter, 33, was left ‘gutted’ after taking on the endless ITV game with the Britain’s Got Talent judge in the hope to win money for their named charities

Unfortunately, the pairs answer was wrong and too far out for the amount of lives they had remaining meaning their gamble of £75,000 for £250,000 had failed. 

Both looked extremely devastated as the money was taken away from them however, Ant and Dec gave the pair £1000 prize so their charities didn’t receive nothing. 

Rylan seemed close to tears as he reflected on losing the money and wishing they had ‘cashed out’. 

He said: ‘We’re so gutted, so gutted. We did our best. It’s been amazing coming on and we’re just gutted we can’t take home more for the charities.

'We should've cashed out': The pair started of strong but after failing to lock-in what they had earned, they chose to risk the £75,000 and ran out of lives leaving them with nothing

‘We should’ve cashed out’: The pair started of strong but after failing to lock-in what they had earned, they chose to risk the £75,000 and ran out of lives leaving them with nothing

'We needed more lives': Both looked extremely devastated as the money was taken away from them however, Ant and Dec gave the pair £1000 prize so their charities didn't receive nothing

‘We needed more lives’: Both looked extremely devastated as the money was taken away from them however, Ant and Dec gave the pair £1000 prize so their charities didn’t receive nothing

‘But they’re getting at least a little something, so we’re grateful, and if anything we’ve at least raised awareness for both of them.

‘Why would you play that game? Unless you keep tadpoles at home, don’t play that question.

‘We needed more lives. We should’ve cashed out.’

Rylan was playing for Chrons and Colitis UK in honour of his mum and David chose Alzheimers Research UK in tribute to late friend Dame Barbara Windsor. 

Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win returns January 7th on ITV.

'Why would you play that game?': Rylan seemed close to tears as he reflected on losing the money and wishing they had 'cashed out'

‘Why would you play that game?’: Rylan seemed close to tears as he reflected on losing the money and wishing they had ‘cashed out’

'They're getting a little something, so we're grateful': Rylan was playing for Chrons and Colitis UK in honour of his mum and David chose Alzheimers Research UK in tribute to late friend Dame Barbara Windsor

‘They’re getting a little something, so we’re grateful’: Rylan was playing for Chrons and Colitis UK in honour of his mum and David chose Alzheimers Research UK in tribute to late friend Dame Barbara Windsor

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