Celebrity Race Across the World “fixes” the row as viewers point out a telltale clue

CELEBRITY Race Across the World viewers all said the same thing after tonight’s episode.

Tonight the remaining famous faces traveled from Corsica to Zermatt.

Celebrity Race Against the World fans all pointed out the same thing


Celebrity Race Against the World fans all pointed out the same thingPhoto credit: PA
Harry and his mom Emma are currently ahead


Harry and his mom Emma are currently aheadPhoto credit: PA

In the BBC show, a group of celebrities race against the clock to reach their destination in the fastest time – but without using a plane.

McFly’s Harry Judd and his mother Emma were clearly in the lead at the start of the episode.

And Alex Beresford and his father Noel were a whopping 26 hours behind them.

However, the weatherman soon caught up with them.

Many took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share their confusion.

One tweeted: “As much as I love Celebrity Race Across the World, I’m tired of the random start times that seem to favor the latter.”

“How can someone be 26 hours behind the leaders and get a ferry first thing in the morning when Harry and his mother got a ferry at 12pm the day before.”

Another replied: “I noticed that too. They left 26 hours later but got a ferry several hours earlier the next day.”

“They definitely got a 6/8 hour boost.”

Last month the Beeb canceled the show just hours before its premiere.

The show was due to begin on Wednesday September 6th, but following the devastating earthquake in Morocco, the BBC has decided to postpone the premiere.

All Saints singer Mel, 48, is also taking part with her mother Helene as well as British racing driver Billy, 24, and his sister Bonny.

  • Celebrity Race Across the World airs on BBC

Gary B. Graves

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