The Chase viewers shocked as contestant wins £20k after getting just one question right

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 Chase viewers were wowed when barber Andrew scored £20,000 after only getting £1,000 in the first round

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.

Bradley Walsh was stunned at Andrew’s turn of fate

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!”

The four contestants scooped a jackpot of £35,000

Anne “The Governess” Hegerty recently revealed the shocking “kinky” meaning behind her moniker on The Chase.

The TV brainbox, who starred on last year’s I’m a Celebrity, uses the alias when on ITV show The Chase and admitted it has a very saucy background.

Mark ‘The Beast’ Labbett lost today’s episode of The Chase against the brains of the four teammates

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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