Viewers claim the £ 64,000 question is “easy”.

ITV Show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? aired last night and saw a candidate grapple with the £ 64,000 question.

Jeremy Clarkson, host of the ITV quiz program, welcomed three new hopes to the hot seat on Sunday evening (February 14).

The second candidate, Aston Lo, a travel consultant based out of West Hampstead, asked himself about £ 2,000 before using a lifeline.

It was a human teeth question he got right after using his 50/50, and he answered the next few questions with confidence before settling into a question about JFK.

Aston Lo was the second candidate for Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (Photo credit: ITV)

What happened on the ITV show? Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

For the £ 64k question, Jeremy Aston asked, “Where was Lyndon B. Johnson when he was sworn in as US President after the assassination of John F. Kennedy?”

The options were: A) Oval Office, B) Cabinet Room, C) Parkland Memorial Hospital, or D) Air Force One.

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Anton didn’t know the answer and eventually went through his three remaining lifelines.

He didn’t know the answer to the JFK question (Credit: ITV)

None of his Phone A friends knew the correct answer, and neither did Jeremy Clarkson.

As a result, Aston decided to be sensible and take the money and walk away with £ 32,000.

The audience at home thought it would be easy for £ 64,000 and some expressed surprise that they knew an answer well into the round. Others asked if the long-term program questions were getting easier.

It even baffled Jeremy Clarkson (Credit: ITV)

What did ITV viewers say?

One said, “I would have thought you’d have to be in a coma all your life not to know that Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn into office with Air Force One.”

A second wrote, “How stupid were today’s candidates and Clarkson? I yelled on TV that LBJ was sworn in as POTUS on Air Force One on his way back from Dallas after JFK was murdered. #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire. ”

“I liked Jeremy until the Kennedy question,” tweeted a third. “Now I just think he’s totally fat! #whowantstobeamillionaire. “

I would have thought you’d have to be in a coma all your life not to know.

A fourth sentence: “@JeremyClarkson Don’t think Clarkson is so ignoring iconic photos … Joey Essex could be a more knowledgeable host.”

“Shouting at TV Air Force One,” said a fifth.

One viewer said on Twitter: “Simple question. There! Air Force One #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire. ”

Another tweeted, “Basically, I’ve been calling Air Force One on TV for the last 10 minutes! #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire. ”

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Another said, “I thought it was really easy. The photo of it is an icon and was even in our school history book. “

“I’m totally shocked, nobody knows,” said another. “One of the greatest moments in history. It’s Air Force One. “

One viewer wrote: “I swear the # wwtbam questions are a lot easier [nowadays]. Where was Johnson initiated for £ 64,000 ?! Angry.”

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