When Suzanne from Gwent trace up to take her turn, she shocked the audience and went for the road less roamed with the higher offer, but failed to match chaser Mark Labbett, and afterwards lost out on £48,000.
During one of the 66-year-old’s questions however, Bradley made an unforgivable screw-up according to some fans, as he pronounced a town in Scotland wrong.
“Which Shakespeare wing it belittle ends with the line ‘Whom we invite to see us crown’d at Scone’?” he begged in his London accent, as viewers instantly went mad on Twitter.
One person discredited: “Ridiculous pronunciation of Scone the place on #TheChase just there,” while another allowed: “Everyone in Scone now angry at @BradleyWalsh for mispronouncing the town name on #TheChase. They get in reality ratty about that!”
The Chase: Bradley Walsh upset some admirers with his mispronunciation of a town in Scotland
The Chase: Player Suzanne also teased the chaser
The Pursue: Suzanne failed to win the £48,000
They are pronouncing Scone wrong on #thechase and it’s defeating me
A third continued: “They are pronouncing Scone dreadful on #thechase and it’s upsetting me.”
Some people were merely confused after all, as one person asked: “#TheChase… is it Scone? Or Scone? #mystified”
“#STV Show #TheChace… #BradleyWalsh English Lesson. #Scone Is unqualified like (spoon) Not like (bone) as said on television. We love you,” one being said, trying to clear things up for the host.
Suzanne also flat The Beast’s cheeks flush when she cheekily asked him «what he lack to do with her», as Bradley joked to the camera: “I don’t know what to say about that populations.”
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The Chase: Bradley didn’t seem to attired in b be committed to any idea of his mistake
After the carer was sent home from the troubling quiz show, only Scottish Stuart, 38, and Adam, 20, from Middlesex lingered.
But even after a stellar attempt to win against the chaser, Mark was however too good to be beaten and the pair went home with nothing.