A CONTESTANT on BBC’s student gameshow University Challenge has been dubbed ‘hottie of the week’ by viewers.
Show fans gushed over the UCL medical student from North London after she appeared on the latest episode of the BBC quiz show.
Fans have been flooding X(Twitter) regarding Monday's instalment of BBC's University challenge hosted by Amol Rajan.
They took to the social media platform to express their opinions about one of the contestant's ‘stunning’ looks.
Many fans of the show expressed that they thought university student Tayanna Sawh deserved a ‘modelling contact.’
After watching the episode where Hertford College, Oxford, and UCL students competed for a place in the quarter-finals, one fan penned: “This young lady (Sawh) is truly stunning.”
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Another added: “Sawh long, my beauty.”
A third expressed: “Hottie of the week on #universitychallenge is Sawh, looking even more incredible than last time.”
A fourth said: “Sawh is breathtakingly beautiful.”
A fifth demanded: “Give Sawh a modelling contract.”
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Another followed: “Damn…I'd crawl through broken glass for Sawh.”
While a sixth person inquired: “Sawh off #universitychallenge needs to drop her make up routine.”
With the quarter-finals approaching, the heat was turned up for the students this week.
At the end of the episode, Tayanna's team, UCL, received more points, walking away with 225 points, while Hertford and Oxford received 140.
University Challenge is on BBC One on Mondays at 8:30pm, and previous episodes can be watched on BBC Iplayer.
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