THE Traitors, a BBC show hosted by Claudia Winkleman, made its big comeback on Wednesday, January 3, and one of this series' contestants is from Hereford.

22-year-old illustrator Meg Corrick applied to be on the Traitors after getting hooked on the show's first series last year.

She said: "I thought I'd apply and see what happened and now obviously it's like an actual fever dream."

Meg said that she doesn't have a "game plan" for taking part in the Traitors. She said: "I'm just not going to overthink anything, go in with no expectations, and do what I need to do.

"I mean if I'm terrified I'll just start singing Florence and the Machine and people will be like, "Get her to shut up, she's too loud," because I just burst into song."

Meg said that if she were to win the show's £120,000 prize money she would help her parents pay off their mortgage. 

"I also want to buy a new pair of dungarees, the most expensive pair of dungarees ever," she said. "


In the Traitors, Claudia Winkleman hosts as 22 strangers arrive at a beautiful castle in the Scottish Highlands to play a game with £120,000 in prize money up for grabs.

Hidden among the group are Traitors whose job is to secretly "murder" a player every night without getting caught. It's up to the others, the Faithfuls, to try and detect who the Traitors are and banish them from the game.

Those who survive until the end have the chance of winning the life-changing cash.