The Chase’s Bradley Walsh shares hidden talent taught by pal Gino D’Acampo
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    The Chase presenter Bradley Walsh revealed that he had a "talent" taught to him by one of his ITV pals.

    Walsh welcomed four new contestants onto the show and as he chatted with the fourth, Bradley revealed his mock Italian accent.

    The guest feigned being impressed as Bradley gestured towards the camera lens and said: "I learnt my Italian from Gino D'Acampo!"

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    His comment left the audience in tears and the contestant laughed before they moved on with the show.

    The contestant went head to head with Darragh Ennis after an impressive cash builder round.

    He managed to walk away with an astonishing £7,000 and was tempted to take the high offer Darragh put on the table.

    Ennis gave him £77,000 to play with and he contemplated it for a moment, but as the last player of the episode he decided to play it safe and return home to his co-stars.

    In the previous episode, one guest risked it all and went for the high offer and left fans in awe.

    Alex managed to land himself £50,000 to put in his team's prize pot and there was no room for error during the nail biting round.

    Fans turned to Twitter to praise the daredevil and showered him in compliments for taking the highest offer possible.

    One wrote: "Alex is my hero. He is the type of quizze[r] I dream of being."

    Another called him "a new Chaser in the making" while one fan added: "I like this Alex guy, he can be The Beast’s successor."

    Before Alex stepped up to the podium, his team had just £6,000 to their name but Alex made sure their score skyrocketed to a whopping £56,000.

    His team mate Fraser went on to win a further £5,000 and took their total up to £61,000, one of the highest prize pots seen on the ITV show in a while.

    The highest ever recorded was £100,000.

    Viewers were also left fuming from the episode as they were convinced that Jenny Ryan had been given "easier questions".

    During the final speed run round, the team got 20 questions right but sadly Jenny managed to catch them with 12 seconds left.

    However, some fans speculated that the show had given Jenny easy questions so that they "didn't have to give away" the large prize fund.

    Despite these claims, there is no proof that ITV did this.


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