play_arrow

keyboard_arrow_right

Listeners:

Top listeners:

skip_previous play_arrow skip_next
00:00 00:00
playlist_play chevron_left
volume_up
chevron_left
  • play_arrow

    The Hit Network

  • play_arrow

    Techno Radio Top Music Radio

  • play_arrow

    Summer Festival Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Electronic Trends Podcast Aaron Mills

  • play_arrow

    New Year Eve Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Techno Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Flower Power Festival Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Tech House Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Winter Festival Podcast Robot Heart

Uncategorized

ITV The Chase: Mark Labbett makes joke over Bradley Walsh’s potential replacement

today28 June 2022

Background
share close

Fans of The Chase recognise and often enjoy the banter between the Chasers and TV host Bradley Walsh on the ITV quiz show. However, one media source says that Chaser Mark Labbett revealed who he thinks could replace the host.

During the show on Monday, June 27, Walsh welcomed four new quizzers – Will, Pat, Laura and Dave – who were all aiming to outrun the Chaser to win a cash prize. Mark Labbett, aka The Beast, was in the hot seat.

“Will started the programme in superb form,” wrote Liverpool Echo, adding that the contestant swiftly navigated his way to the Final Chase. The Beast fought back to catch Pat, before Laura narrowly avoided The Chaser to book her spot in the last round.

READ MORE: Nottingham City Council confirms it will not remove Julie Bindel books from library

In seat four was Dave who built up £5,000 in his cash-builder. The RAF pilot was eliminated by The Chaser when he was one step from home, but Bradley was aghast at the final question.

He asked: “Xerostamia is the scientific name for what medical phenomenon.” Dave opted for goose pimples when the correct answer was “dry mouth”, which sparked Bradley to declare “he’s had enough” of The Chase.

The Chaser urged the host to retract his statement and identified who his replacement would be. He said: “Don’t say that. Phillip Schofield will be here in a heartbeat.”

Bradley joked back: “He’s never been in Heartbeat. That was Nick Berry.” Will and Laura were competing for £10,000 and built up 18 steps in the Final Chase. However, they were caught with just two seconds remaining – meaning they left empty-handed after a nail-biting finish.

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV and the ITV Hub

Written by: thehitnetwork

Rate it

Previous post

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Contact Us

0%