AN aspiring children’s author and artist has set hearts swooning among The Chase’s audience.
Lawyer Jenny, 32, lined up second to face the Chaser on Friday’s show and immediately won over viewers with her charming personality.
The Chase viewers fell in love with lawyer Jenny from GlasgowCredit: ITV
Jenny told host Bradley Walsh that she was originally from Glasgow and now lived in London working as an in-house lawyer for a publishing company.
But Jenny’s passion lay in her calligraphy business and hoped that one day it would become a fulltime job.
She had entered The Chase in the hope of winning enough money to print her children’s book about an armadillo called Chicken Legs.
Jenny had written and illustrated the book herself and hoped to sell some issues after self-publishing.
They described her as ‘bubbly’ and ‘gorgeous’Credit: ITV
Jenny faced Anne ‘The Governess’ Hegerty solo twice on Friday’s episodeCredit: ITV
The bubbly red-head scored an impressive £4,000 in her cash builder and she played for that amount as she went up against Anne ‘The Governess’ Hegerty.
Jenny was then the only member of her team to make it through to the final round and faced The Governess solo, once again.
The lawyer did her best but The Governess beat her with just seven questions.
Viewers loved Jenny’s look and personality, saying “how lovely is Jenny.”
Jenny revealed she hopes to publish her own children’s bookCredit: ITV
“Jenny is painfully adorable,” wrote another fan on Twitter.
And a third added: “Clever cookie! I like her! Good work Jenny.”
Even though she managed to rake up £4,000 in her cash builder, she was no match for The GovernessCredit: ITV
Fans also loved her efforts against The Governess and congratulated the aspiring author for her valiant efforts on the ITV quiz show.
One Twitter user wrote: “Well done Jenny, brave attempt”.
Another added: “Well done to Jenny for having a go!”
And a third said: “The Chase aww shame. Good effort Jenny!”.