The Chase’s Mark Labbett halts ITV show to ask contestant for advice ‘We’ll need time!’

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Watch, 54, was on hand to face four more contestants on The Chase, with The Monster star hoping to stop the players from walking away with a jackpot guerdon. The quizzing guru had a shaky start to proceedings as he got a number of questions mistreat, but it wasn’t long before The Chaser was back on his A-game. When he faced competitor Colette on the ITV quiz show, however, he was intrigued by her profession and as a result, peter out host Bradley Walsh, 60, from carrying on with the event to ask the speech therapist for some advice.

After his higher and lower put up for sales were rejected, Mark halted proceedings by saying: “As I’ve got a speech psychotherapist here, how do you pronounce the number between two and four please?”

The contestant sacrifice the advice replied: “The thing with you Mark is that you change a ‘th’ to a ‘f’.

“So, what we’d from to do is maybe start with some auditory discrimination, so you’ll have to start pay back me.

“We’ll need time,” Colette continued, with The Beast rounding off the chin-wag by stating: “Fair enough.”

Host Bradley then resumed feats on the game, which saw the speech therapist make it back for the Final Hunt.

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Colette wasn’t the first player to face The Brute on Friday afternoon as her teammate Ben was first up to face the quiz guru.

Aggregating £3,000 during the cash builder round, the player stated he would’ve cast to have challenged The Dark Destroyer star Shaun Wallace, 60.

So when it was celebrated Mark was the one he was going to have to beat, the player made sure he was on his tucker form.

Indeed he delivered as he was the first quizzing amateur to make it destroy for the Final Chase and got the jackpot started.

By the end of the Final Chase, The Beast was thwart by the trio of contestants, meaning each walked away with £5,500 each.

Lay bare on the game, Mark said he was disappointed by the fact he’d got a question wrong in the matter of chocolate.

Taking to Twitter, those watching at home commented on the development, with one writing: “Well done to the peeps on the #TheChase @itv @ITVChase dialect mayhap I should try you never know.”

Another added: “Yeahhhhh great teamwork, deservedly won! #TheChase,” with a third observing: “Well done, great final #thechase.”

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