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'Let's Make a Deal' hosts Twitter episode

Online community to dictate elements of the game

By TVDeeva Deanna Barnert Jan 25, 2013 1:04PM
"Let's Make a Deal" is letting fans control the game via social media. In a game show first, the online community will dictate elements of the game. Voting takes place Friday, Jan. 25, for an episode airing the following week. Host Wayne Brady visited "The Talk" to promote the big event. 

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“I’m excited about this landmark show because we’re doing things no other game show is doing,” Brady said.  “Our Twitter followers will be part of the action and help us give away thousands in cash and prizes. It’ll be a win-win!”



Fans will get to vote on a key element of each act of the show, from wardrobe to prizes to the "Big Deal of the Day." The votes will be tallied immediately and the most popular choices will be incorporated into the episode as it tapes.


To get involved, follow the action via the show's Twitter handle, @letsmakedealcbs, beginning at 4 p.m, ET / 1 p.m. PT on Friday. Those who don't have Twitter accounts can participate and vote by following  


The episode will then air Wednesday, Jan. 30.

"Let's Make a Deal" airs weekdays on CBS.