Mansoor Malik, a law student from Kensington, West London, won £1,000 on January 22nd 2008 after answering his £5,000 question incorrectly. He did not use his '50:50' lifeline.


Fastest Finger First Edit

Fastest Finger First question
Put these words in order to give a well-known saying.
• A: Buck • B: Here
• C: Stops • D: The
From 8 remaining contestants, everyone got it right, but Mansoor (in 2.75 seconds) was the fastest to answer D-A-C-B, making it to the Hot Seat.

Mansoor's Run to the Million Edit

£500 (1 of 12) - Not Timed
What kind of transport is most likely to have an outboard motor?
• A: Aeroplane • B: Boat
• C: Car • D: Train

£1,000 (2 of 12) - Not Timed
What type of creature is a red mullet?
'Ask The Audience' lifeline used
• A: Fish - 94% • B: Bird - 2%
• C: Insect - 2% • D: Mammal - 2%

£2,000 (3 of 12) - Not Timed
The journalist Lauren Booth is the half-sister of which famous woman?
'Phone-A-Friend' lifeline used
• A: Cherie Blair • B: Joan Collins
• C: Ruth Rendell • D: Virginia Wade

£5,000 (4 of 12) - Not Timed
Hanoi is the capital of which country?
• A: Cambodia • B: Laos
• C: North Korea • D: Vietnam

Sources Edit

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