Lynne Belliveau, from Naples, Florida, was a contestant who appeared on the 15th season of the U.S. version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? on September 14 & 15, 2016. She walked away with $30,000.

Lynne's Run to the MillionEdit

$500 (1 of 14) - No time limit
While 3:43 is the record for running a mile forwards, 5:54 is the Guiness World Record for running a mile how?
• A: While on fire • B: While carrying a Toyota
• C: On Jupiter • D: Backwards

$1,000 (2 of 14) - No time limit
Calling it "dumb," "stupid" and "stinky," a 1990s PSA featuring the cast of "Saved By the Bell" proclaimed, "There's no hope with" what?
• A: Taupe • B: Dope
• C: Soap • D: A jackalope

$2,000 (3 of 14) - No time limit
In keeping with FDA regulations, food labels lsit an item's ingredients "in descending order of" what?
• A: Cost • B: Tastiness
• C: Predominance • D: Pronounceability

$3,000 (4 of 14) - No time limit
According to the New Yorker, "Feed the Beast," "Frenzie" and "Buzz Feed" were among the names rejected for what controversial Harvey Levin-run website?
"Ask the Audience" lifeline used.
• A: Huffington Post • B: TMZ
• C: Rotten Tomatoes • D: Funny or Die
Ask the Audience Results: A: 9% • B: 75% • C: 12% • D: 4%
Lynne narrowed it down between TMZ and Rotten Tomatoes, and not wanting to make a mistake early in the game, decided to ask the audience. 75% said it was TMZ, so Lynne went with that and got it right.

$5,000 (5 of 14) - No time limit
Saying "(Hint: It isn't Florida)," recently revealed that surprisingly, Maine is the state with on average, the country's what?
• A: Oldest residents • B: Richest residents
• C: Tallest residents • D: Best-educated residents

$7,000 (6 of 14) - No time limit
With each movie earning over $2 billion worldwide, who has directed the two highest-grossing films of all time?
"Plus One" and "50:50" lifelines used.
• A: Peter Jackson • B: George Lucas
• C: James Cameron • D: Steven Spielberg
Lynne knew the films each of the people directed, but she did not know which ones were the highest-grossing, so she called down her Plus One, her brother Kevin. He believed it was C: James Cameron, but he thought D: Steven Spielberg was possible too. Lynne decided to have two of the incorrect answers taken away. The two left were C: James Cameron and D: Steven Spielberg. Eventually, she decided to go with her brother, and that was correct.

The two films which the questions were referring to were Avatar and Titanic.

$10,000 (7 of 14) - No time limit
Frequently appearing in news headlines in 2016, what does the word "Brexit" refer to?
• A: A new weight-loss drug • B: A European political issue
• C: An app for ending romances • D: The first driverless car

$20,000 (8 of 14) - No time limit
A red envelope stuffed with an even numbered amount of money is a traditional gift given during which of the following?
• A: Passover • B: Chinese New Year
• C: Lent • D: Kwanzaa
Lynne associated the red color with Chinese New Year and did not feel like any of the other choices made sense, so she went for it and got it right.

The klaxon called time and Lynne left with $20,000, then came back the next day to continue.

$30,000 (9 of 14) - No time limit
If you have problems with your temporal, masseter, and lateral and medial pterygoid muscles, you likely have difficulty doing what?
• A: Breathing • B: Walking
• C: Sleeping • D: Chewing

$50,000 (10 of 14) - No time limit
While times have changed, up until 1990 you could legally be excluded from immigrating to the U.S. if you were what?
• A: An atheist • B: An unwed parent
• C: In an interracial marriage • D: Gay
Lynne narrowed it down between C and D, but she was not sure enough, so she decided to walk away. The correct answer was D: Gay.

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Preceded by
Jennie Fahn
U.S. contestants
Lynne Belliveau
Succeeded by
Chad Finley