Bradley Walsh’s infamous Fanny Chmelar question on The Chase reared its head again yesterday (October 11) as one contestant made a cheeky reference during the show.
The host was left muffling hysterics once more after Ben, one of the players, sarcastically mentioned the pro German skier’s name during a question.
In his traditional rapid-speed manner, Bradley asked: “The Art of Painting and The Geographer are works by which Dutch artist?”, to which Ben pondered for a couple of seconds before replying “Fanny Chmelar?”
Bradley – who recently debuted as Graham in the eleventh series of Doctor Who – held it together slightly better than last time, but social media users clocked on immediately to the events unfolding on-screen.
Last year, Bradley publicly apologised to Chmelar whilst appearing on Lorraine, telling fill-in presenter Christine Lampard: “I’d love to meet her, just to apologise. She must have had enough of it by now. The poor thing. I do apologise. I have to apologise to Fanny.
“I’m sorry, Fanny. She’s a very good downhill skier by all accounts.”
The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV, whilst Lorraine airs on weekdays from 8.30am on ITV. Doctor Who returns with episode 2 – ‘The Ghost Monument’ – this Sunday, October 14 on BBC One.
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