‘No time for chit chat’ Mark Labbett cuts off Bradley Walsh in tense The Chase final

The Chase: Mark Labbett says ‘no chit chat’

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On Friday’s The Chase, ITV host Bradley Walsh welcomed four new contestants onto the show. Julie, Dhiren, Emma and Christopher teamed up as they each went head-to-head with Mark ‘The Beast’ Labbett. The contestants had to work as a team by answering general knowledge questions in the hopes of making it to the final round. Despite all four players making it to the end, Mark seemed keen to begin his quickfire questions and he quickly cut off Bradley so they could start the questions.

Julie was the first contestant to take on Mark and she managed to answer six questions correctly in the quickfire round.

Mark gave the customer service adviser the chance to win £26,000, but she decided to play it safe and went for the £6,000 she had won.

Julie stormed through the round winning the £6,000 for her team.

“Brilliant performance that,” Bradley praised as the player went back to her teammates.

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Dhiren was the next contestant to face The Chaser. However, the chemical engineer did not get off to the best of starts.

He managed to answer four questions correctly, and when he faced Mark, he offered him a high offer of £36,000.

However, after speaking with his teammates, Dhiren played for the £4,000.

The player managed to make it through to the final, adding £4,000 to the team’s jackpot.

 

Emma was up next, and she answered five questions correctly in the quickfire question round.

Despite offering her the chance to win £44,000, Emma decided to try and bag the £5,000 she had won.

After making it to the final, Christopher was the last player to take on The Beast.

The contestant, who told Bradley he wanted to open his own café if he won the money, managed to get four questions right.                                                                                           

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Once again, Christopher did not have the best start when he went against Mark, but miraculously he won £4,000.

All four players had bagged a place in the final, meaning they had a better chance of winning the £19,000 they had accumulated.

As a team, they only answered 15 questions correctly, much to their disappointment.

Mark then had two minutes to answer 15 questions correctly on his own.

 

 

However, as Bradley welcomed Mark back to the studio to answer his questions, The Beast gave him no chance to speak as he quickly interrupted him.

As Bradley opened his mouth to speak with The Beast, he promptly cut in: “No chit chat, let’s do this.”

Clearly taken aback, Bradley replied: “Oh, okay. If The Beast gets a question wrong and my team get it right, they push him back one step. It’s time for the Final Chase.”

The contestants were no match for Mark as he stormed through his questions, with 50 seconds to spare.

“How many did we get?” Bradley asked the contestants. “15?

“The Chaser beat you with 50 seconds remaining. That’s what you’re up against.”

Mark chipped in: “You did everything right except in the Final Chase and I battered you.”

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV.

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