Taskmaster: Champions of Champions announces his trophy selection with a surprising decision

Taskmaster: Champions of Champions announces his trophy selection with a surprising decision ...

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Ed Gamble, the Champion of the Champions contestant, has provided an astonishing response to a challenge to viewers.

Richard Herring, Liza Tarbuck, Kerry Godliman, Lou Sanders, and Gamble were among the returning champions for their first tasks tonight (January 23). By introducing "the best thing to make you go WOW!" into the studio, Greg Davies, and Alex Horne were all surprised by the fact that the game was "mattering."

While Sanders and Herring played it fairly secure with a human heart in a bowl and a Pompeii holiday, Gamble blended the whole thing in by putting his trophy to space.

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"I thought I''d put my trophy in, but we all got one," the comedian said, before adding that he "wanted to make mine better than anyone else."

"I sent it to space," said the narrator, depicting a golden Greg head tied to a balloon, rising into the sky at a speed of 150mph.

Godliman, who plays David Bowie and Johnny Vaughan in After Life, cleverly tricked Davies and the audience with a self-written play in which everyone''s line was "wow," while Tarbuck brought a picture of her with David Bowie and Johnny Vaughan (a hell of a sandwich!).

Even the Starman himself had anything on Gamble''s trophy space escapade, which, of course, won the five points.

"My head in space takes the big five," Davies said.

Despite setting things off with a simple start, Gamble ranked last with just 11 points, while Sanders and Godliman scored 12 points each, preceded by Tarbuck, who scored 14 points.

Herring earned 17 points and placed his first head trophy in the Golden Full-body trophy.

The series 14 of Taskmaster has been confirmed.