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‘The Price Is Right’: Contestant Wins After Model Reveals Correct Answer — Watch

Fri, April 3, 2015 9:32am EDT by 1 Comment

You had ONE job, Manuela! A model on ‘The Price Is Right’ made a big mistake during an April 2 episode of the show when she accidentally revealed the correct answer during a guessing game — and the contestant, Andrea, certainly benefited from the error.

It may be time for The Price Is Right model, Manuela, to get a refresher on the game rules! During an April 2 episode of the Drew Careyhosted show, the model had a slight snafu that allowed Andrea, the contestant, to win a prize valued at almost $22,000. Whoops!

‘Price Is Right’ Model Reveals Answer, Contestant Wins Car

The object of the game, for Andrea, was to guess the correct value of a Hyundai Sonata from a column of five possible answers in three tries. But, after Manuela pulled away the contestant’s first guess, which was incorrect, she got a little too excited and accidentally kept going!

Before Andrea could even make her second guess, Manuela had already pulled away the next panel — which was the correct answer! She immediately realized her mistake and went to cover it back up, but by that time, it was far too late.

“Congratulations! Manuela just gave you a car!” Drew told an excited Andrea. Meanwhile, Manuela was obviously completely embarrassed, and even hit behind the set to hide her face. Lucky for her, Drew was very understanding, telling the model, “It’s okay,” and bringing her back onstage.

Chances are Manuela will be reliving this one in her nightmares for at least a few weeks!

‘Price Is Right’ Announcer Trips & Falls During Show — Watch

Of course, this isn’t the first time there’s been an epic fail on The Price Is Right! Just this past January, announcer George Grey got a little cocky while he was introducing a list of prizes and goofing around on a treadmill at the same time.

George fell flat on his back, and had to continue his announcement while lying on the floor. Oops! Thankfully, he was okay, and when the camera cut back to him a few seconds later, he was back on his feet — with the treadmill off this time.

The show must go on, right?

What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Should Manuela get punished for her major mishap? Or should it just be chalked up to an innocent accident?

–Alyssa Norwin