Online question and answer platform Ask Jeeves is celebrating its 10th birthday by asking the public and celebrities to help it answer its top 10 'unanswerable' questions.
The new promotional campaign will see celebrities including hairdresser Nicky Clarke, TV presenter Sarah Beeny and astrologer Russell Grant, trying the answer the top ten unanswerable questions that have been asked on the platform.
The website is looking to find answers to questions like 'What is the best diet?', 'Do blondes have more fun?' and 'Is there a god?'.
The platform has also launched a website, uk.ask.com/unanswerables, to encourage the public to answer the unanswerable questions that have intrigued humanity for a long time.
In a statement to The Guardian, Nadia Kelly, a spokesperson for Ask Jeeves, said: “For the first time users themselves can get involved, to share their thoughts and come up with answers. Now is the perfect time to extend our technology and enable our users to help answer questions as well.”