The Chase: 'Clue's in the name!' Bradley Walsh’s bizarre error STUNS Jenny Ryan

Bradley Walsh, 58, was onhand to welcome four new celebrities to The Chase this afternoon, as the fourth all star edition of the quiz show got underway.

Joining the ITV show as contestants today included vocal coach David Grant, 62, Paralympian Jonnie Peacock, 25, TV presenter and doctor Pixie McKenna, 48, with comedian Andy Hamilton, 64, completing the line-up.

First up to face The Vixen Jenny Ryan, 37, was singer David, who hoped to be the first contestant to put some money in the jackpot prize fund, which would be shared between the celebrities to donate to their chosen charities if they beat the chaser.

However, after obtaining £6,000 in his cash builder round and managing to keep the chaser at bay, it was up to David to explain to Bradley the specifics of a Margherita pizza, with the host believing it contained pineapple.

Bradley asked David and Jenny: “According to recent Pizza Express research, what is the UK’s favourite pizza?” with the answers put to the pair being; A. Four Seasons, B. Margherita, or C. Hawaiian.

David locked in the answer Margherita, to which Bradley exclaimed: “Pineapple! No, no, no,” before asking the contestant: “Is a Margherita pineapple?”

Stunned by Bradley’s lack of knowledge regarding the Italian cuisine, David explained: “No, Margherita’s cheese and tomato. Hawaiian is pineapple.”

Jenny then chimed in to add: “Clue’s in the name Brad, Hawaiian. Pineapples, it’s where they grow them,” as Bradley seemed stumped by the explanation.

The Vixen was left in fits of giggles as Bradley asked: “Well, what’s Margherita again? It’s the one with Tequila?”

Vocal coach David explained: “It’s a tomato base, that’s it,” trying to demonstrate how to make a pizza, which left Bradley flawed once more.

“Why you doing all that? You’ll have it everywhere,” Bradley remarked, referring to David’s demonstration.

“You’re throwing them all up the wall,” Bradley continued before revealing the answer to the question being Margherita.

After correcting the host about his understanding of pizza toppings, David went on to add his sum of £6,000 to the jackpot prize before Paralympian Jonnie faced the chaser.

However, Jenny took a swipe at Bradley when the sportsman was asked a question of which foreign language track had hit number one for the most significant time in the UK.

As well as current chart-toppers such as Despacito by Lois Fonsi, possible answers also included tracks from the decades past.

Although the answer was revealed as Despacito, which Jonnie answered correctly, Bradley told the sportsman Jenny was likely to choose one of the older tracks.

After Jenny had answered the question correctly alike Jonnie, she took a swipe at the quiz host, telling him: “We’re not all as out of date as you, Brad.”

With Jonnie making it back alongside David with a sum of £3,000, his fellow celebrities weren’t as lucky as Jennie caught them out.

Unfortunately, the contestants’ luck didn’t maintain as they lost their jackpot of £9,000 in the final chase, with Jennie stating they would’ve needed one other player to beat her.

On yesterday’s edition of the show, it was The Beast Mark Labbett, 53, making the quips towards Bradley as he compared the host to his celebrity doppelganger, Brian Conley, 57.

The Chase airs weekday at 5pm on ITV.

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