**Warning: Contains spoilers for The Traitors season 2.**


Ross hasn't had the easiest time on The Traitors, from having to keep his link to Diane a secret and subsequently realising she had been "murdered" by the Traitors to now becoming a Traitor and promising to get revenge.

At the beginning, there were 22 strangers who were all working together in the hopes of winning up to a life-changing £120,000, but there were four Traitors working against them amongst the group. Now, there are just eight contestants remaining and three of them are Traitors.

Ross has ruffled a few feathers during the roundtables due to his guesses being completely off the mark, raising suspicions amongst the Faithfuls, but now he has joined the dark side, could be up for banishment next? Only time will tell!

Read on for everything you need to know about The Traitors season 2 contestant.

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Who is Ross?

Age: 28

Job: Video director

Location: Lancashire

Ross applied for The Traitors season two because he wanted to throw himself into the "deep end of something".

He explained that he has become "so used to being behind a camera that it's actually very nerve-racking for me to be in front of one". The idea of doing something new, was more than enough for Ross and given he's quite good at Among Us, he thought The Traitors would be a lot of fun.

Ross loved the first series and one contestants in particular stood out to him. Ross admired season 1's Aaron, largely because he was "just super genuine and nice".

"I think that's the best policy really and he seemed like he was having fun. Sometimes being honest is the best game plan."

If you are a Traitor, how far are you prepared to go to win the game?

"I mean, I can throw a few people under the bus if needs be. It’s a game at the end of the day isn't it? It’s not life or death."

If you're a Faithful, what do you think your game plan would be?

"I'd befriend everyone. I’d try and charm everyone and try and get their secrets from them, that’s the whole thing, isn't it?"

Why did Ross join The Traitors?

Ross decided to apply for The Traitors as he wanted to throw himself "into the deep end of something".

The video director explained that he had become "so used to being behind a camera" that it was "very nerve-racking" to be in front of one.

He added: "This is something new and I'm well up for the challenge. I’m quite good at the old Among Us game and I thought this looked like a lot of fun. I'm also really looking forward to having a break from social media, my phone, work and the rest of it.

"It's a good excuse to tell my business partner that I just can’t work for three weeks, it’s a nice excuse to do that."

Is Ross from The Traitors on Instagram?

Yes! Fns of the show can follow Ross on Instagram @tuckshopcarson. He has over 13,000 followers and has recently been sharing hilarious memes from his time on The Traitors.

The Traitors season 2 airs on BBC One and BBC iPlayer Wednesday-Friday. The Traitors season 1 is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

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