The Chase's Bradley Walsh outraged after contestant reveals they previously appeared on rival BBC quiz show

THE Chase's Bradley Walsh couldn't hide his disdain for a contestant last night after they revealed they'd already appeared on rival quiz show Pointless.

Brad booed as quizzer Katie told of her past telly experience in which she managed to win £1,000 along with her playing partner.


The tough BBC programme isn't famed for its big prize pots and Brad made a cheeky dig that the winnings were enough to buy ice cream.

He was further dismayed when she said she'd spend her Chase winning on taking her family to Colchester Zoo.

He said: "We're the show that sends you to South America, we ain't the show that sends you up to the end of your garden to have a look at your flowers and come back in."

While Katie racked up an impressive £6,000 in the cashbuilder, the team were unable to outrun Shaun Wallace in the final chase.

Earlier in the week Bradley raged "I can't do my job" as he lost patience with contestants.

Four new quizzers took on Chaser Paul Sinha, with the first two players Kelly and Alex putting in an impressive performance.

However, Bradley soon became frustrated when they kept interrupting his questions during the first round – and he wasn't afraid to let them know.

First up was Kelly, who managed to answer several questions before Bradley finished. 

Her teammate Alex was next up, whose speedy answers caused the host’s frustration with the contestants to reach boiling point. 

Alex correctly answered the name “Jack” when asked which boy’s name preceded Frost, Tar and Robinson in three expressions.

He was then asked about the John Landis-directed Michael Jackson video, which he immediately identified as “Thriller”.

Alex then named the “chipolata” sausage well before he had finished the question.

After a string of lightning-fast answers, Bradley hid his admiration by fuming at Alex’s tendency to interrupt his cue cards.

When the round finished, he yelled: “You’ve got to let me finish the questions!”

“Driving me mad, this team,” he added, prompting laughs from the other players. 

Nottingham-based Kelly had previously named Friar Tuck as one of Robin Hood’s Merry Men before Bradley could finish. 

Thankfully, Kelly brought the round back with some more quick answers.

However, their quick-on-the-draw tactics led Bradley to issue them a warning before they took on the next challenge.  

Finally, the host raged at the team: “I can’t do my job!” 

Contestants Kelly, Beth and Andrew didn’t take Bradley’s chastising seriously and continued to laugh.

 

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