House of Games fans are clashing over the celebrity roster – but who’s wrong?

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HOUSE of Games fans have clashed over the latest celebrity roster.

Each week, host Richard Osman is joined by four different celebrities to play a series of games.

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House of Games fans clashed over the latest celebrity roster
Some fans complained that they didn't know who the celebrities were

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Some fans complained that they didn’t know who the celebrities were

This week it’s Steps singer Claire Richards, gardener and TV personality Diarmuid Gavin, antiques expert and presenter Roo Irvine and comedian John Kearns.

However, some House of Games fans didn’t know the whole panel.

One wrote on Twitter: “How’s Russell [sic] osman allowed to introduce total nobodies on house of games as “famous faces?”

“They are not and never will be.

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Another wrote: “#houseofgames any idea who John or Roo are?”

However, others came to the show’s defense, with one saying: ‘It is usual on this show that two of the four have only achieved a degree of stardom in the last five or so last six years.”

Another added: “I find it so strange when people tweet saying they don’t know celebrities on shows like #HouseofGames like it’s a complaint.

“It’s your knowledge of pop culture that you miss, not the cast!”

Another viewer replied, “Sounds a bit narcissistic, doesn’t it? If they don’t know the people on the show, they’re not worth knowing.”

Meanwhile, a third tweeted: “First week in #HouseOfGames where I heard from everyone!”

Others, however, were quick to point out who they were and that it wasn't the bosses' fault that some viewers were unaware of all aspects of fame.

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Others, however, were quick to point out who they were and that it wasn’t the bosses’ fault that some viewers were unaware of all aspects of fame.

House of Games airs weeknights at 6 p.m. on BBC Two.

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