Romantic 'Price Is Right' Contestant Tries To Win Back Ex-Girlfriend On-Air
By Dave Basner
April 29, 2020
Most people who make their way on to the stage at The Price Is Right hope to walk away with a new car or a vacation to somewhere tropical, but for one contestant who appeared on the game show this week, the prize he was shooting for was love.
It all went down as Paris Hunter Paul spun the big wheel. Before his spin, host Drew Carey asked if there was anyone Paris wanted to say hello to. He gave a shout out to his friends then spun the wheel for 50 cents. Paris opted to spin one more time and before it, Drew asked him if had anything else to say and he sure did. Paris used the opportunity to yell, "Hi to my ex-girlfriend. I still love you and let's give it another shot! Woo!"
Mini @chrisdelia shouting out the boys, then asking his ex to get back with him on The Price Is Right. Shooters shoot! pic.twitter.com/0YbXTowDrN— David (@DirrtyDave1) April 27, 2020
After Paris spun 40 cents on his second spin, for a grand total of 90 cents, Drew chimed in, saying, "She's gotta love you now, you just spun a 90 on the wheel!" He then added to Paris's ex, "You're a dope to dump this guy! He just spun a 90 on the wheel!"
So where do things stand now that Paris's episode has aired? Well he responded to some questions on Twitter and the news isn't great, but he's blaming the pandemic for it. He explained, "She doesn't want to see me but I think it's just cuzza the rona. Will keep you posted."
Thanks. She’s doesn’t want to see me but I think it’s just cuzza the rona. Will keep you posted— Paris Hunter Paul (@parishunterpaul) April 27, 2020
All hope is definitely not lost for Paris though. He added, "I'm pretty sure she still loves me. She's reliant on me. She just called twice last week for toilet paper so who wears the pants now. But I mostly wear pjs in quarantine actually."
Meanwhile, The Price Is Right is currently not filming any new episodes because of the coronavirus. However, they are still airing the shows that were shot before production was suspended.
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