The Good Morning Britain star was back on our screens to guide four player through to try and take home a substantial amount of cash.
However, fans were left commenting on social media after one moment in particular during the latest edition of the ITV game show.
Viewers noticed that Ben continued to read questions despite the contestants running out of time.
The host went on to repeat the question for "viewers at home" but fans watching from their sofas felt they didn't need to hear the question again.
Taking to Twitter, one fan moaned: "We at home don’t need to hear the questions again. Trust me when I say this."
A social media user replied: "Thats why were subtitles invented."
Another viewer added: "Ben repeating the question that the viewers at home don't care about klaxon."
While a fourth person posted: "No, don't repeat the question, Ben."
Ben, 45, welcomed four contestants to the famous ITV studio as they battled it out to win the highly sought after cash prizes.
Dropping tokens down a choice of four chutes, they each hoped to knock piles of the counters off a moving shelve – the more they collected, the greater the prize fund.
During the second round of the competition, Ben asked contestant George the name of the BBC show Craig Revel Horwood has appeared on as a judge since 2004.
The player correctly replied "Strictly."
Despite George getting it right, Ben re-read the question and informed viewers that he'd accepted George's although the show's full title is Strictly Come Dancing.
Contestant George made it through to the penultimate round of the competition but was sent packing after a tense head-to-head with fellow player Matt.
Tipping Point airs weekdays on ITV at 4pm