Singapore quizzer finally wins $10k after Tony Hadley’s message

Singapore quizzer finally wins $10k after Tony Hadley’s message

A quiz contestant who missed out on a huge cash prize – because judges claimed he mispronounced “Tony Hadley” – has been awarded the money after a u-turn by the radio station.

 

When Singaporean man Muhammad Shalehan was denied the $10,000 prize, the Spandau Ballet singer himself sent a video of support.

 

On Friday (May 15), Gold 905 said on Facebook that they were “deeply sorry” and that since Tony Hadley has said that Mr Shalehan said his name correctly, they could now no longer disagree.

 

Source: BBC