The Chase Bradley Walsh jokes about replacement as he says hes had enough
The Chase star Mark Labbett has 'identified' who he think will be Bradley Walsh's replacement after the host joked that 'he's had enough' of the hit ITV quiz show.
The joke came on Monday evenings edition of The Chase when Will, Pat, Laura and Dave were all aiming to outrun The Beast by using their quiz heads.
Will and Laura made it back but it was the end of chase for Pat who got caught by the beast.
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Dave was the fourth to face the chaser and built up £5,000 in his cash-builder.
The RAF pilot was eliminated when he was one step from home, but Bradley was aghast at the final question.
He asked: "Xerostamia is the scientific name for what medical phenomenon."
Dave opted for goose pimples when the correct answer was "dry mouth", which sparked Bradley to declare "he's had enough" of The Chase.
The Chaser urged the host to retract his statement and identified who his replacement would be. He said: "Don't say that. Phillip Schofield will be here in a heartbeat."
Bradley joked back: "He's never been in Heartbeat. That was Nick Berry."
Will and Laura were competing for £10,000 and built up 18 steps in the Final Chase but were sadly caught with two seconds to spare.
This isn't the first time Bradley has hinted that he could be leaving the show.
Last week speaking with contestant Yvonne, who had recently retired, the host was keen to know what the player got up to in her spare time.
He asked: "What do you get up to now that you're retired?'
Responding, Yvonne said: "Walking…" before Brad chimed in to ask: "Have you ever tried giving anyone a citizen's arrest?"
Looking particularly baffled, the player replied: "Oh no, not yet but that could be quite exciting."
As the excited presenter beamed: "Well you need to try it."
As soon as The Beast stepped foot into the brightly lit studio, fans at home instantly knew today's contestants were in store for a hard time and took to social media to chime their thoughts.
One person wrote: "Might as well call it a day now, its The Beast #TheChase."
"Say goodbye to the money, they've got The Beast #Thechase."
While others cheered "Yes it's Mark," on Twitter.
It seemed fans online were correct to assume that The Beast would be on top form.
Yvonne and Ryan were the lucky twosome who managed to sneak through to the final round.
The pair fought hard and managed to land 16 answers correctly – but they proved to be no match for might Mark – who caught them with many seconds to spare.
The Chase airs at 5pm on ITV.
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