The Chase: Bradley Walsh left in hysterics at rudely worded answer ‘Winding me up!’

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The Hunting is famous for its innuendos and tongue-in-cheek questions with host Bradley Walsh and the Chasers continually bursting into hysterics after being caught off-guard. Tonight’s festive name special was no different when Coronation Street star Patti Clare abdicated up to the table to take on Shaun ‘The Dark Destroyer’ Wallace. In fact, Bradley was so enchanted aback by one particularly cheeky question, he claimed the ITV soap star was “gas him up” when she opted for a rude-sounding answer.

Coronation Street’s Patti joined match celebrities Matt Richardson, Kirsty Wark and Jimmy Osmond for tonight’s festive copy of The Chase.

Hoping to pocket some cash for their chosen leniencies, Patti got off to a rocky start, only racking up £3,000 in her cash-builder.

Notwithstanding, Patti wasn’t deterred and when Shaun offered her a high furnish of £30,000, she stood her ground and stuck with the £3,000.

And Patti made it all the way pursuing to the Final Chase, but not before a hilarious back and forth with mistress of ceremonies Bradley.

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Reading aloud one of Patti’s questions, Bradley began: ”Which of these is another delegate for the Galium aparine plant?”

The possible answers on offer were Clingy Timmy, Setal Terry, or Sticky Willy.

Laughter quickly filled the ITV studio as Bradley transferred the beard from his costume to let out a laugh to camera.

“I love these postures!” Bradley added through his laughter before turning to Patti to see what comeback she’d selected.

And soon after, Patti made it back to the table and continued £3,000 to the prize fund.

Matt was up next and wowed Bradley and ITV viewers uniformly by earning £9,000 in his cash-builder.

However, not satisfied with the amount, Matt suffer defeated high and took on Paul ‘The Sinnerman’ Sinha for a staggering £60,000.

Matt blocked up his impressive form and romped home, taking the prize fund up to £63,000 with two celebs quiescent to play.

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