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The Traitors’ winner sparks backlash after being asked how he’s going to spend his winnings

The Traitors’ winner sparks backlash after being asked how he’s going to spend his winnings

The cunning contestant who won the jackpot has some interesting plans for what to do with it.

If you haven't heard by now, The Traitors finally came to an end last night (26 January) and one of the most cunning contestants took home the crown - and the £95,000 prize money.

Just like the rest of the series, the last episode was full of shock twists and turns which left viewers reeling.

People reckon one of the most tense moments from the 12th instalment of the second series will go down as one of the 'most brutal moments in TV history' - that's how riveting it was.

Take a look at this:

Spoiler alert - MEN LIE. I'm kidding, of course.

But all jokes aside, Mollie was left downright devastated when she hedged her bets on Harry Clark being a Faithful - only for it to drastically backfire.

Host Claudia Winkleman said the pair had been 'like brother and sister in there' and had 'become really close', making the eventual winner's efforts to stay in the game sting just that bit more.

The fact that the 21-year-old fled the room in floods of tears while shouting 'f**k' repeatedly, after finding out the news that she had been double-crossed by one of her closest allies in the Scottish castle, only added to the dramatics.

British Army Corporal Harry said he felt awful about the whole thing and was desperate to make it up to her, but obviously that hefty prize money has softened the blow of him potentially losing his TV bestie.

After successfully evading detection throughout the latest series of The Traitors, he said: "My legs are shaking, oh my, oh my God! I just won £95,000! She [Mollie] is like crying and stuff.

"Mollie basically is the reason I am here, I need to gain her trust back, I don't know if that will be possible, but I am going to try my hardest I promise you that.

"My family know I am a good guy, to everyone else, if you don't think I am a good guy – I promise you I am."

Harry celebrating his win!

But he has since dubbed himself 'the best Traitor ever', so the jury's still out with viewers about how sincere his supposed guilt actually is.

Fans of the show reckon Harry has now made himself a rod for his own back after revealing how he planned to spend his winnings - which totalled up to a whopping £95,150.

During an appearance on The Traitors: Uncloaked, the 23-year-old declared he 'never needed' the money - which one quick look at his Instagram can easily tell you, as he's flying about on private jets with singer Conor Maynard and always donning designer clothes.

Speaking of what he will do with the windfall, he said: "I'm 23-years-old with that much money! I can’t even explain it.

"Money never makes me happy. I’ve never needed money. As long as I have a roof over my head, food, water, my family and my other half, that’s all I need.

"That money is going to treat them, everything my mum and dad have done for me as kids, and they’ve given me everything I’ve needed, to be able to give them something in return is the best thing ever."

The treacherous Traitor had already told fellow contestants during the show that he would love to win the cash prize so that he could pick up the bill after a family meal.

The Traitors winner seen on a private jet with Conor Maynard in an Instagram post.

Harry explained: "My happiness comes from seeing my family happy, like my brothers and sisters. Mine is like a mad house because there are 11 or 12 of us.

"So when we go out for a family meal, it's not just us going out. You will hear us going out. But it would be the best thing to go home and that Saturday be like, 'let's all go out', but at the end, no one has got to worry about paying.

"Just being able to go up and pay the bill firstly would be amazing, and then it just sets me up for my next chapter in life.

"I'm not saying I'm looking at getting out the army but I am sort of tired of travelling all the time."

Social media users aren't too satisfied with the idea of the British Army engineer taking home all that money just so that he can afford a family meal at the Toby Carvery, though.

One said: "Why does Harry even need this money when he flies around in private jets? It's p*****g me off."

Another wrote: "Harry is going to waste the prize money when the others were going to make a difference with it, not only does this series keep you on your seat but it shows you what type of people there are out there and why we got to be so discerning."

A third chimed in: "Harry's lack of sob story is so funny, bro just said he's never needed the money."

And a fourth added: "Hang on Hazza, you had me believing you couldn't afford a Toby Carvery with the family in tonight's episode..."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/harryclarky

Topics: BBC, TV and Film, UK News