Rylan Clark-Neal claps back at online trolls. (Picture: Getty Images)

Rylan Clark-Neal had the perfect response for trolls who said he made them ‘feel sick’ while watching Supermarket Sweep.

The 30-year-old presenter of the hit game show basically said he’s not bothered by haters because their viewership pays his bills.

Yas Rylan.

‘Glad people are enjoying [Supermarket] Sweep,’ he wrote on Twitter on Friday.

‘Even more glad that the people who tweet me saying they “hate” it and I’m “terrible at my job and make them feel sick” are boosting my viewing figures.

‘God bless you dear.’

Fans of Rylan’s responded in praise to his public call-out of trolls.

One person commented: ‘F**k them mate, you’re doing a brilliant job. I love it.’

Others shared: ‘I’ve watched every episode since Monday. I’m sure you’ll get a series 2! Dale [Winton] would be proud!’

Supermarket Sweep originally ran from 1993-2001 on ITV, with a brief revival in 2007.

The reboot premiered on Monday 9 September.

The game’s format sees three teams of two — each with a clock that starts with 60 seconds on it —  attempt to add as much time as possible to their clock by answering questions and riddles posed by the host.

The team with the shopping trolley filled with items of the most value wins the chance to enter the final Super Sweep prize round.

Dale Winton hosted the original Supermarket Sweep, but passed away in 2018.

Dale Winton hosted the original Supermarket Sweep but passed away in 2018 (Picture: REX)

Getting fans excited for the brand new series, new presenter Rylan reminded fans ahead of the premiere that Dale would be at the helm of the programme if he was still with us.

‘So tonight #SupermarketSweep starts at 8pm on @itv2,’ he tweeted.

‘I grew up watching this show hosted by the legend that is Dale Winton.

‘This is his show not mine and if he was here he would be hosting it,’ he tweeted.



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