A WOMAN from Hereford is on course 'to be murdered' on the gripping BBC gameshow, The Traitors. 

During last night's episode (January 10), the four traitors - Ash, Paul, Miles and Harry - were told by host Claudia Winkleman that they would not commit a murder but instead condemn four players to the castle's dungeon. 

In a double bluff, Ash and Paul were sent, with the traitors also picking Meg and Andrew. 

Claudia told them that the winners of the day's mission would then be able to choose one person to save from the four, meaning that one of the other three would be murdered. 


The winning team picked Andrew, meaning that Meg would leave in one form or the other due to none of the traitors being allowed to murder each other. 

Her 'murder' was confirmed when Ash was picked by the group to be banished at the end of the BBC One show. 

Meg, who is a 22-year-old illustrator from Hereford, said she did not understand why she was sent to the dungeon.

"I don't know why I got picked to go down there," she said, reassuring the group that she was a faithful.

Charlotte told her that something in her gut was telling her that Meg was a traitor.

"I don't want to vote for you," she said.

"I'm getting really emotional because I really like you."


Despite many viewers working out that Meg's fate was sealed, the show ended on a cliff-hanger, with it returning tonight (January 11). 

The programme features 22 strangers who have arrived 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 they are and banish them from the game.