Shaun Wallace of The Chase tells Bradley Walsh to “move on” following the clown jibe.
Shaun Wallace, star of THE CHASE, slammed presenter Bradley Walsh on Tuesday’s episode of the ITV quiz show following a playful “clown” remark.
On Tuesday’s replay of The Chase, Chaser Shaun ‘The Dark Destroyer’ Wallace joined Bradley Walsh. Rebekah, Rhom, Kath, and Mark were welcomed onto the show by the ITV host as the four participants competed for a chance to win the prize. Shaun, on the other hand, told Bradley to “go on” after he labeled the presenter a “clown.”
After winning £5,000 in the cash builder round, Rebekah was the first participant to face the Chaser.
“What group of entertainers attends the yearly Grimaldi church service in East London?” Bradley asked during their head-to-head round.
Clowns, jugglers, and trapeze performers were among the alternatives, but Rebekah chose the latter.
“Named after Jason Grimaldi,” Shaun stated after properly answering clowns.
Bradley chuckled, “Indeed.” “Apart from…”, “the best clown who ever lived…”
“No, Charlie Cairoli, sensational,” the host continued after Shaun intervened.
As Bradley responded, “I wouldn’t really call myself a clown,” the Chaser swiped, “and yourself.”
Bradley was flabbergasted as Shaun jibed, “I would.” “Now for the next question.”
“The Battle of Bannockburn was fought in an attempt to relieve the siege of what castle?” Bradley inquired.
She observed, “I should know this being in Scotland, it’s obviously not Glamis Castle.”
Shaun followed in the footsteps of the Chase participant who correctly identified Stirling Castle.
“June 1314,” he said, “I’m just trying to recall when it happened.”
Bradley laughed, “Thursday,” and Shaun added, “No, the actual date.” Wasn’t it June…”
Interrupting, the host recommended June 12 before also suggesting the first and second days of the month.
The Chaser implored, “Let’s go on,” but Bradley persisted to mention June dates.
“What was I thinking when I started this?” When Shaun inquired, the host replied, “Tell us when I have all day.”
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“No, we don’t have all day since the news starts at six o’clock, so let’s get started,” the Chaser warned.
Following that, Rebekah was defeated by the Chaser, and Rhom met the same fate after opting to play for £33,000.
With £4,000, Kath was the first contender to get to the final, but Mark was unable to join her after opting for his larger offer of £66,000.
Quickly, the Dark Destroyer. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”