A Place in the Sun rejection letter leaves fans in stitches – but all isn't as it seems | The Sun

A PLACE in the Sun fans were left in hysterics after reading a rejection letter – but not everything is as it seems.

Writer Ciara Knight shared the email with her 246.8K followers on Twitter.


Uploading a screen grab of the rejection letter, she said: "Got rejected for A Place In The Sun," with a sad face emoji.

The letter said: "Hi Ciara, many thanks for your interest in applying to take part in A Place In The Sun.

"Unfortunately, we cannot progress with your application as the process does not involve going to the actual sun.

"The name refers to overseas travel in pursuit of buying a property, typically to a location with good (or better) weather that we have in the UK.

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"While I appreciate your desire to be 'launched into the sun to never return', this is not something we can help with on this occasion.

"Best of luck in your endeavours."

For those who haven't already guessed, the post was a prank.

To make sure everyone reading the letter got it, she signed off with a man called "John Fakesurname," who was apparently the casting director of the Channel 4 show.

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Many replied to the tweet sharing how much it had made them laugh.

One wrote: "'Best of luck in your endeavours' Killed me," with a laughing emoji.

Another added: "This made me roar!"

"Thanks, I needed that, it made me laugh out loud and cheered me up incredibly. You have one hell of a sense of humour! Don't lose it," a third chimed in.

A Place in the Sun hit our screens in 2000, and has been a firm fan favourite ever since.

A selection of property experts help those in need try to find their dream home in the sunshine.

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Ben Hillman, Craig Rowe, Danni Menzies, Jasmine Harman, Jean Johansson and Jonnie Irwin are just a few that star on the programme.

They are joined by Laura Hamilton, Leah Charles-King, Lee Juggurnauth, Sara Damergi and Scarlette Douglas.

  • A Place In The Sun airs on Channel 4

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