Michael MacIntyre said he had “the worst night of my life” when the new game show, The Wheel, ended in disaster.

The Wheel sees celebrities help contestants earn cash by answering common knowledge questions.

But the show ended with a show score that the presidents never expected – none of the contestants won anything.

Michael said, amazed, “This show is supposed to lift the mood of the nation, it’s worse than Newsnight!

“This is so frustrating! I prefer watching the Prime Minister’s briefing!”

“We never thought that no one would win! Maybe it happened in one meeting, then we became like ‘Nya’.”

“One in four, three times? Na. And look at us now, a bunch of losers.”

He also couldn’t believe how bad the performance of celebrities, including radio anchor Tony Blackburn, Mirror Reports.

He continued: “I am very frightened .. Tony lost his job because he embarrassed himself so much with his questions.

“Mora cannot return to Ireland.

“This was the worst night of my life, and I have never spoken to anyone here again.

Written on the typewriter, ‘Thank you celebrity experts,’ but I don’t think I should read that. ”

Meanwhile, Maura Higgins was accused of shaming her native Ireland during the match.

She was called in to help contestant Barry ask the question, “Geographically, from which of these Irish counties would it be most accurate to say” It’s a long way to Tipperary “?

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The options were Limerick, Donegal, Cork, or Dublin, and Maura, of Longford County, was completely baffled.

“I will be ashamed of my life, and I will never return to Ireland!” Mora said.

He chose Barry Donegal but it was wrong, losing his spot on the show and £ 10,000 after playing incredibly well almost until the show’s end.

He was completely complaining, and Maura was speechless, and she looked terrified.

* The Wheel of Michael McIntyre is now available on the BBC IPlayer