Bradley Walsh stunned as Anne Hegarty exposes The Chase contestant’s background

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BRADLEY Walsh was left open-mouthed after Anne Hegerty exposed a contestant on The Chase for being a serial quizzer.

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Wednesday evening’s episode of the ITV quiz show saw Andrew, Amy, Jean and Success join forces to take on one of the country’s finest brains.

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Andrew appeared on Wednesday evening’s episode of The ChaseCredit: ITV
Anne Hegerty exposed the contestant for being a serial quizzer

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Anne Hegerty exposed the contestant for being a serial quizzerCredit: ITV

However, before any quizzing commenced, Anne left Bradley shocked when she exposed Andrews’s previous success with TV quiz shows.

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During his cash builder round, Andrew informed Bradley that he had recently retired and enjoyed reading, listening to music and playing his banjo.

He managed to build an impressive £6,000 and was soon faced with The Governess at the table.

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As Anne walked to her seat, she revealed: “Hello Andrew, I think you failed to mention one of your hobbies out there. You are, in fact, a bit of a quizzer, aren’t you?”

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Blushing, Andrew admitted: “I have done one or two.”

Wanting to know more, Anne pressed: “How did you do on Mastermind?”

“I crashed and burned in the final,” Andrew exclaimed in staying humble.

Anne continued: “You got to the final, how did you on Brain of Britain?”

Andrew explained: “I got beaten in the same team as Paul Sinha, once I got to the final.”

Impressed with his reputation, Anne simply stated: “Quizzer,” but Bradley was left stunned and went on to tease Andrew.

“We are supposed to be mates, we’re on the same team, you have got to let me know that sort of stuff,” Bradley fumed.

“If you are a quizzer and have been on television quizzing, you have got to let me know, I can protect you!”

Anne went on to offer Andrew a low offer of £1,000 and a high offer of £24,000 and, when asked what he wanted to play for, he already had a plan in motion.

Andrew told Bradley: “£6,000, the high bid is never a good thing for the first player.”

Impressed, Bradley praised: “He knows how to play the game, that’s for sure, secret quizzer!”


Source: www.thesun.co.uk

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