Rylan Clark-Neal goes 'wild in the aisles' as hit TV show Supermarket Sweep returns tonight

Rylan Clark-Neal goes 'wild in the aisles' as hit TV show Supermarket Sweep returns tonight
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Posted on 9 Sep 2019

Hit ITV show Supermarket Sweep returns to our television screens tonight, with This Morning's Rylan Clark-Neal stepping into the shoes of the late Dale Winton.


The hugely popular programme sees contestants answering questions and riddles to earn themselves time for later in the show, when they hit the supermarket aisles to pick up the most valuable items in stock.

When news of the show’s return broke, Rylan tweeted: “Been waiting a while to say this but it’s finally time to GO WILD IN THE AISLES ONCE AGAIN! Supermarket Sweep is back, and I can’t wait for you to CHECK IT OUT.” 


Supermarket Sweep shows weekdays on ITV2 at 8pm.

 

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