Bradley Walsh is red-faced after a contestant on The Chase exposes the presenter wrong: ‘You were quite fortunate!’


Bradley Walsh is red-faced after a contestant on The Chase exposes the presenter wrong: ‘You were quite fortunate!’

During Thursday’s replay of The Chase, BRADLEY WALSH was left red-faced after a competitor proved him incorrect after the ITV show’s host declared them they had “misread” a question.

Bradley, 61, was on hand to assist four participants in their struggle against Paul ‘The Sinnerman’ Sinha, 51, the quizmaster from The Chase. Contestant Jan was the first to play the game, and she was hoping to be the first to add to the prize. The quizzing novice, on the other hand, triumphed in more ways than one when, during her head-to-head with the Chaser, she proved the ITV host wrong by accurately answering a topic he had doubts about.

Jan had amassed £3,000 during her cash-builder round when she told the host she didn’t want to go against Paul.

Unfortunately for her, The Sinnerman was the one who came around the corner, but she wasn’t going to let her concerns stop her.

She began answering a series of questions after rejecting both his lesser and larger offers of money in the hopes of making it to the Final Chase.

“Which of these Italian cuisine dishes is most likely to be paired with savory dips?” was one of the questions posed to the duo.

A. Fusilli, B. Pancetta, or C. Grissini were among the possible options, with Jan opting for the latter.

Jan informed Bradley, “I assume it’s a dip, but I’m not sure,” adding, “I guess Pancetta’s like a jelly thing, and Fusilli is pasta.”

“I get what you’re saying, but you misread the question,” the host said, explaining that the question was about products served with a dip rather than a dip itself.

“I’m definitely wrong,” the player admitted, but they were both taken aback when she got it right.

The emcee was visibly red-faced as he attempted to shift attention away from the participant who had proven him wrong by asking what Paul had chosen as his answer.

You misunderstood the question.

Walsh, Bradley

The Sinnerman was correct as well, explaining that Grissini were breadsticks that could be served with savory dips.

“Wasn’t that fortunate?” Jan said to Bradley, who agreed, and Jan quickly moved the game on to the next topic.

Fortunately for Jan, she was able to return for the Final. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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