Beat The Chasers: Jenny punches Paul for getting question wrong
Jenny ‘The Vixen’ Ryan, Anne ‘The Governess’ Hegerty, Mark ‘The Beast’ Labbett, Shaun ‘The Dark Destroyer’ and Paul ‘The Sinnerman’ Sinha went up against a host of quizzing contestants on tonight’s Beat the Chasers. However, ITV viewers were distracted by Bradley Walsh’s appearance and took to Twitter to share their observations.
Bradley kicked off today’s show in the usual fashion by introducing Ian, who the Chasers were convinced was a quizzer.
Ian dispelled that theory and was unable to defeat the Chasers and take home any money.
However, ITV viewers quickly pointed out something seemed amiss with Bradley’s eyes.
One tweeted: “#BeatTheChasers has Bradley been swimming his eyes are red? #gogglesneeded.”
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“As an aside, Bradley looks knackered #beatthechasers,” another wrote.
A third agreed: “I agree he’s got really bloodshot eyes.”
“What’s wrong with Bradley’s eyes #BeatTheChasers” a fourth asked.
Someone else echoed: “What’s up with Brad’s eyes? #Beatthechasers.”
Elsewhere in the show, Muhammed took on the Chasers after boasting about his quizzing skills.
He said: “I quiz so much my local pub across the road advised me to change my quiz name because I keep winning and annoying the regulars.”
The economics student revealed he was leading a Mount Everest trek and hoped to win some money to aid his fundraising target.
After answering one question correctly, Muhammed explained his main aim was to defeat the Chasers regardless of the money that was offered to him.
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Muhammed opted to take on Paul and Anne for the chance to win £1,000.
“It’s a tough one but the main thing is to wipe the smirks off Paul and Anne’s faces. So I’m going to go for the lowest offer,” he revealed.
The contestant went on to achieve his aim and defeated the two Chasers.
“All he’s done is raided us for £1,000, he hasn’t actually won a quiz and he answered fewer questions than we did,” Paul swiped.
“He’s just a sore loser!” Muhammed hit back and Bradley agreed.
Later in the show, Samantha took on all five Chasers for the chance to win £100,000.
Mark thought they’d easily beat the hopeful quizzer and so offered her the huge amount with a 15-second time advantage despite her only getting a 10-second time advantage if she took on four Chasers.
Unfortunately, Samantha narrowly missed out on winning by just four seconds.
Beat the Chasers continues tomorrow on ITV at 9pm.
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