Around 11,130 tweets were sent per minute as she told the presenter: "What I'll be doing is being a difficult woman and ensuring that we're negotiating hard". I am prepared. I am ready to go.
Jeremy Corbyn is known to have republican sympathies, however, he remained adamant during the debate that he would not wish for the monarchy to be abolished.
While he was grilled on his views on Britain's Trident nuclear deterrent by the presenter, Jeremy Paxman.
"Now, I know that's an image that doesn't bear thinking about, but actually this is very serious".
Her core campaign message has been that she promises more "strong and stable leadership" than the left-wing Mr Corbyn.
She said a Conservative government would spend more than "half a trillion" poounds on the NHS before 2020.
"It will cost, erm, it will obviously cost a lot to do", he said during a prolonged awkward exchange.
"It is nearly unbelievable that any Labour MP would participate in a ceremony honouring a man involved in the vicious murder of innocent Israeli athletes", she said.
Mr Corbyn replied: 'The commemoration I think you are referring to was a period of silence for everyone who died in Northern Ireland'.
Mr Corbyn said: "There will be no deals".
"It was a quiet revolution driven by all those who felt let down and left behind for too long".
The Battle For Number 10 - to be broadcast on Sky News and Channel 4 - will see the two leaders field questions from voters, moderated by Sky's political editor Faisal Islam.
Mr Corbyn and Prime Minister Theresa May were questioned separately by the studio audience and interviewed by Jeremy Paxman after the PM refused to go head-to-head with other party leaders in a debate.
A small business owner attacked Mr Corbyn's "ruthless short-sighted policies" such as increasing corporation tax and putting VAT on private school fees.
His comment came as a 2014 Morning Star article written by the Labour leader has emerged, in which he gives an account of a conference in Tunisia which apparently paid tribute to Atef Bseiso, who was believed to be involved in the 1972, assacre of Jewish athletes at the Munich Olympics.
Theresa May also faced tough questioning from the audience as she appeared on the election special.
Our Prime Minister has done that now in the third election and got nowhere near meeting that figure.