A PAST contestant from The Chase won on Beat The Chasers this evening – after smug Mark ‘The Beast’ Labbett said that she had “no chance”.
After losing to Jenny ‘The Vixen’ Ryan on The Chase, Claire came to Beat the Chasers to redeem herself – and fans were thrilled when she managed to do exactly that.
Claire beats three chasers despite The Beast saying she had “no chance”
The Beast suffered a humiliating defeat
On Tuesday’s episode of the game show, Claire fancied a rematch with the Vixen alongside other chasers too.
Despite “tempting offers”, Claire chose to compete for £10,000 against three chasers.
And very confident Beast was so certain Claire would lose, referencing her past defeat as he jeered: “Well Claire you couldn’t beat the Vixen when she was a cub!
“You have no chance beating a few of us!”
The Beast was confident the Chasers would win
Claire faced The Beast, The Dark Destroyer and a rematch with The Vixen.
The result was close, but Claire managed to win with a staggering nine seconds to spare.
Host Bradley Walsh congratulated Claire on her “great win” while the mortified Beast held his head in his hands.
“You’ve beaten the Chasers” Bradley cheered as Claire celebrated.
Claire took on three chasers
The Dark Destroyer congratulated Claire on her “redemption” before Claire walked away.
Fans celebrated with Claire as one viewer tweeted: “Well done Claire brilliant performance and congratulations on that big win.”
Another penned: “Well played Claire. She wasn’t greedy at 10k, so a well deserved win #BeatTheChasers”
And a third wrote: “Redemption indeed!!! Claire has beaten 3 chasers and leaves with £10k!!!!”
Claire was glad to get a rematch with The Vixen
Beat the Chasers returns with all-new episodes this week.
Comedian Paul Sinha, also known as The Sinnerman, is absent due to illness.
He previously opened up about his battle with Parkinson’s disease.
He took to social media writing: “New episodes of Beat the Chasers are on their way.
Comedian Paul Sinha is absent on this weeks Beat the Chasers
“Unfortunately, I wasn’t well for the recordings and couldn’t join in this time around. I’m feeling much better now.”
In an emotional interview on Loose Women, Paul revealed that he will leave The Chase when he stops answering questions at speed.
He said: “I know when I stop answering questions at speed, The Chase won’t fire me.”
Beat the Chasers continues on Wednesday at 9pm on ITV.