Huge ITV star spotted in Glasgow filming massive prime time show

A HUGE ITV star was spotted filming a massive prime time TV show in Glasgow.

Stephen Mulhern was seen filming in the city’s Princes Square for his ITV show In for a Penny.

Stephen Mulhern was spotted in Glasgow's Princes Square


Stephen Mulhern was spotted in Glasgow’s Princes SquareCredit: Supplied
The presenter was filming his game show in the centre


The presenter was filming his game show in the centreCredit: Supplied
He wore the signature gold sequin blazer for the day


He wore the signature gold sequin blazer for the dayCredit: Supplied

Dressed in his signature gold sequin jacket the presenter was pictured alongside someone dressed as a highland cow.

The game show sees Mulhern travel the country and ask members of the public to complete various challenges for the chance to win money.

Shoppers spotted the presenter on the ground floor of the shopping centre beside a silver glittery podium.

A person dressed in a Highland cow was holding a gold disc while a person held a sign up saying “In for a Penny”.

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One shopper said the area had been taped off and was guarded by security but they had no idea what was going on.

The onlooker said: “The bottom floor of Princes Square was flooded with film crews.

“I had no idea what was going on until I spotted Stephen Mulhern in a gold sequin jacket like the one he wears on In for a Penny.

“The area was taped off and guarded by security, there was guys with cameras and big microphones.

“Stephen looked like a genuine guy as he was getting his makeup done – he seems just like he is on the telly.”

The game show originated as a segment on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway before being launched as it’s own show in 2019.

Tasks have included people guessing items on a conveyor belt, attempting to perfectly bay park a car and fill a car with the exact amount of petrol and win cash prizes.

And in the final task, contestants are asked “In for a Penny, In for a Grand”.

This involves stopping the public and, if they have a penny on them, they can win £1,000.

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