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Karen Deen, an orthoptist from Huyton, Liverpool won £1,000 on August 3rd, 2010 after getting her £20,000 question incorrect. She was the first contestant to attempt the show under the clock format in the United Kingdom.

1. (£500) - 15 second time limit:

Which of these is a slang word for something of poor quality?
• A: Vest • B: Pants
• C: Bra • D: Socks

2. (£1,000) - 15 second time limit:

In the game 'Twister', what shapes are used on the mat?
• A: Stars • B: Circles
• C: Triangles • D: Crescents

3. (£2,000) - 30 second time limit:

Which of these dogs shares its name with a perm?
• A: Pyrenean • B: Poodle
• C: Pomeranian • D: Pug

4. (£5,000) - 30 second time limit:

Hepatitis is the inflammation of which organ of the body?
• A: Kidney • B: Liver
• C: Heart • D: Brain

5. (£10,000) - 30 second time limit:

Who sings the first line on the 2010 charity single 'Everybody Hurts' in aid of the Haiti appeal?
'Ask the Audience' lifeline used
• A: Cheryl Cole - 3% • B: James Blunt - 8%
• C: Leona Lewis - 66% • D: Gary Barlow - 23%

6. (£20,000) - 30 second time limit:

The World Cup of which sport usually takes place in the same year as the Commonwealth Games?
'Phone-A-Friend' and '50:50' lifelines used
• A: Cricket • B: Rugby league
• C: Football • D: Rugby Union

Karen didn't know, so she first used the 'Phone-A-Friend' lifeline. Of the three friends she chose as her options for the lifeline, she chose Mal over Anna and Maureen. Mal didn't know, but said that the correct answer was not C: Football. Karen then used the '50:50' lifeline and it left B: Rugby league and C: Football. Karen then went for B: Rugby league, but this was incorrect and she lost £9,000.

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