Phillip Schofield: 'We've discussed making a kids' version of The Cube'

Published Thursday, Jul 9 2015, 18:30 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Phillip Schofield has revealed that producers of The Cube have had "serious" discussions about creating a version for kids.

The Cube is one of the UK's toughest game shows, where contestants battle to win a top prize of 250,000 pounds by completing a series of tasks under the spotlight.

The Cube, ITV, Phillip Schofield


With the tasks testing ability, nerve and determination to win, the contestant must complete each task in a large perspex cube - and they are put under SO much pressure!

Following last night's show, a fan asked Phillip to do a kids version, but the This Morning host said it wasn't that simple...

Phillip said: "We've seriously discussed it, but always comes down to the problem that they'd be too upset if they lost."

Hmm, could there be a way around it? Would there still be a cash prize for kids? Or would they raise money for charity?

The Cube, which first aired in 2009, has seen a host of celebrities take part, from Joey Essex to Kym Marsh and Mollie King.

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