Bradley Walsh suggests The Chase could be adding ‘more than one’ new Chaser

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The Chase host Bradley Walsh has made a few hints about the future of the wildly popular quiz show.

The current line-up of Chasers – made up of Mark “The Beast” Labbett, Anne “The Governess” Hegerty, Shaun “The Dark Destroyer” Wallace, Paul “Sinnerman” Sinha and Jenny “The Vixen” Ryan – could be receiving a fresh round of quiz masters.

The 59 year old was chatting to Radio Times when he revealed that the team are always on the hunt for new talent.

“We’re making more and more shows all the time,” Bradley said, “So we need to recruit more people all the time.

“So consequently, we have put our feelers out to find other people that will be suitable, and all will be revealed next year.”



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The star added: “It could be more than one, who knows. But it’s a proper shake-up.”

It’s not the first time Bradley’s spilled the beans about the “shake-up”, as he dished on Good Morning Britain that new blood was on ITV’s radar.

Co-host Piers Morgan- who had previously taken part in a celebrity episode with GMB pals Susanna Reid and Kate Garraway – asked Bradley why The Chase has such a massive fanbase.



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“It’s accessible, people love it,” he replied, “It’s ten years old now.

“What can you say? We’ve got a brand new Chaser coming in for another new series now. It’s all good.”

 

A source told The Sun Online that a new Chaser was on their way, saying: “A new Chaser will be revealed in due course.”

This comes after fans were left fuming after they missed out on the show last week as it was cancelled to make way another of Bradley Walsh’s quiz shows, Cash Trapped.

Chaser Anne took to Twitter to let fans know that The Chase would be returning for two Christmas specials.



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