The Chase’s Mark Labbett was left red-faced when he obtained an easy query flawed in the course of the the Boxing Day movie star particular.
Josie Lengthy, Colin Jackson, Anne Diamond and Nicky Campbell tried their luck on the ITV gameshow – and managed to take residence an unimaginable £140,000 for charity.
Quizmaster The Beast unwittingly helped them alongside as he got here up towards comic Josie – and gave a really weird flawed reply.
Host Bradley Walsh requested: ‘Which of those function within the lyrics of “The Twelve Days of Christmas?”
The pair have been offered with the solutions, ‘Barons-a-bouncing’, ‘lords-a-leaping’, ‘viscounts-a-vaping’.
The reply was apparent to everybody aside from The Beast, who punted for ‘viscounts-a-vaping’.
Mark Labbett obtained an easy query flawed… (Image: BBC)
‘Don’t ask me why, I [read] “which of those don’t function…” I noticed a “not” in there that wasn’t there…
‘What’s the golden rule? Learn the query!’
Perhaps subsequent time, Mark…
The movie star crew managed to win an unimaginable £140,000 (Image: BBC)
The crew have been victorious on the ultimate spherical towards Shaun Wallace, securing an unimaginable mixed whole of £140,000 for his or her chosen charities.
Regardless of being left baffled by The Beast’s slip-up, viewers have been thrilled by their win, flocking to Twitter to rejoice the information.
‘What a superb win for the celeb crew on tonight’s #TheChase @ITV,’ a fan mentioned. ‘Delighted to see @GlyndwrUni’s Chancellor @ColinJackson achieve this nicely. Large quantity gained for the 4 charities.’
‘An excellent Christmas episode of #TheChase actually loved that,’ one other agreed.
A Twitter consumer added: ‘Yaaassssss Wow what a tremendous recreation and so tense, £140,000 Congratulations. #TheChase.’
We couldn’t agree extra.
The Chase continues on weekdays, at 5pm, on ITV.