THE Chase viewers were left stunned tonight when a contestant scored £20,000 despite correctly answering only ONE question in the vital cash builder round.
Andrew – a barber from Brighton – faced off against Mark “The Beast” Labbett.
The four contestants faced off in the final chase against Mark “The Beast” Labbett.
Second to face the chaser, barber Andrew suffered a close shave in the first round when asked a dozen questions in under a minute but only managing to correctly answer one of them.
Andrew correctly answered a question on the Berlin Wall to put £1,000 of winnings in the pot, but that was his only win.
The Beast then gave him a high offer of £20,000 which Andrew’s teammates encouraged him to take.
The team went on to score a whopping £35,000 in the final round with Andrew revealing he will spend his winnings on a family trip to India.
One put: “Well done Andrew, that’s the right way! Forget a bad cash builder.”
Another commented: “Andrew absolutely hustled The Beast there.”
A third tweeted: “Now THAT is how you play #TheChase! Good job, Andrew!”
Anne “The Governess” Hegerty recently revealed the shocking “kinky” meaning behind her moniker on The Chase.
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Explaining her choice of moniker on Loose Women earlier in the year, Anne, 60, confessed: “Originally I was going to be called The Headmistress.
“And then during rehearsals Brad [host Bradley Walsh] started occasionally referring to me as The Governess.
“I said to producers ‘Could I be that instead?’ and I think what I said to them was ‘it’s more kinky’.”
She continued: “What I meant was that the headmistress has always got a board of governors and Ofsted and she can’t do everything she wants; a governess is a free agent.”
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