With the finale of BBC's The Traitors just around the corner, the tension is ramping up.
One player who is in with a chance of winning the bumper prize pot is Wilfred Webster, a 28 year old senior charity fundraiser.
Although originally from Peterborough, he now lives in North London with his wife Panayiota and his kids.
At the beginning of the show, he revealed he would be prepared to do "anything" to win the top prize, saying: “My motivation is many different things.
"My children and my fiancée being number one, and I’d also like to see if I can persuade people and slowly manipulate them.
"Even if I‘m not a Traitor. I love tactics, I love playing a game and I love coming up with strategies. Being able to put the strategies that I’ve come up with into play is my motivation. And also, who doesn’t want to win loads of money, right? That’s a good motivation.”
After the show finished filming Wilfred got married, and in a romantic post on Instagram he attributed all of his life's success to his wife.
"When I met my wife she was successful and had her whole life panned out. We met and became friends (I always wanted more because she blew me away)," he wrote.
"I was persistent, even though I knew she was out of my league for some reason she liked me too. When I met my wife all I had was dreams, ambition and a mattress on the floor in London. I had nothing to offer her, just love.
"Because of this lady I’ve been able to achieve all of my dreams, kids, marriage, security, love and success. When I met my wife it changed my life, she supported me and helped me in ways I can not describe."
He added: "Thank you for always sticking by me and pushing me to be the best version of me. I love you Panayiota Webster."
Wilfred, who is known on the show as a jokester, poked fun at his wedding cake being a disaster, showing a picture of what they had ordered compared to what they actually received, which didn't love up to expectation.
"Yep this was the cake we ordered and the cake we got," he said, alongside laughing emojis.
Wilfred also worked previously a professional dancer and toured the UK with dance troops as well as teaching dance in secondary schools.
Speaking on The Traitors, Wilfred said he would love to win the money so he could get married and bring his children on holiday.
After posting about his wedding and 'mini moon' to Cyprus on social media, fans thought it could be a sign that the traitors win the cash prize.
Under a picture of he and his wife, one person wrote: "Omg does this mean he won????? i hope so!!"
Wilfred liked another which said, "first holiday mate".
The Traitors continues tonight at 9pm on BBC One.
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