The Traitors fans are not well after an update from Paul (Picture: BBC)
The Traitors fans are in agony waiting for the next batch of episodes – or at least they were until Paul got involved.
The 36-year-old is one of the three traitors left standing, alongside Miles and Harry but it’s safe to say since the beginning he’s been a ringleader, masterminding the banishment of his teammate Ash.
He’s an evil genius but there’s one contestant he’s not fooling: Jaz.
Paul and Harry don’t know it yet but they may have completely ruined their chances of winning the £120,000 prize money and emerging victorious over their rival faithfuls.
Jaz previously told Harry that Paul was his number one suspect and feared being killed off next.
Harry relayed that information to Paul who then confronted Jaz, thinking they’d subsequently made peace when, actually, he just gave his game away.
Paul and Harry ight have been rumbled (Picture: BBC)
The traitors were ordered to hand a poisoned chalice to the faithful they want to murder (Picture: BBC)
Diane’s place on The Traitors is on thin ice (Picture: BBC)
Jaz realised there’s only one reason Harry would tell Paul about their secret conversation – they’re both traitors.
On that bombshell, there as a whole four days to wait until the next episode tomorrow night – and that’s not even mentioning waiting to see if Diane took a sip from the chalice poisoned by the traitors which would see her get murdered.
Scott Bryan posted on X: ‘HOW IS IT STILL TWO DAYS TILL THE TRAITORS.’
But what does it mean??? (Picture: X)
His thoughts were echoed by many but Paul jumped in to freak everyone out by responding: ‘You’ll be thankful for the days off after you witness what’s coming.’
Responses ranged from ‘I feel physically sick’ to ‘Check everyone in the replies believing you. HAVE THEY LEARNED NOTHING?!’
A user called Charlotte asked: ‘Why’s he always being so evil?’ while Amandine called Paul’s teasing ‘unacceptable!’
Thankfully, there is only one more sleep until we learn if Diane was murdered due to her love of fizzy rosé or if by some miracle another faithful took the glass from her before she could take a sip.
The Traitors airs Wednesday to Friday on BBC One and is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
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