The Chase returned to ITV screens on Wednesday night, but viewers quickly recognized a contestant whose outfit caught the eye.
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The Chase viewers were agitated during Wednesday’s season of the popular ITV gameshow, when a contestant appeared on the show in an eye-catching outfit.
The team of Claire, 24, Debbie, 36, Steve, 40, and Colin face off against Paul Sinha, or The Sinnerman, for the grand cash prize.
But as the show got going, fans of The Chase quickly noticed Colin waking up unusually as he went first in the cash-building process.
The 59-year-old stepped out from behind the panel to speak to host Bradley Walsh and show the studio the famous Union Jack waistcoat and bow tie he was wearing.
Fans at home had to laugh at the wardrobe choice, with one tweeting: “This guy definitely has ‘Rule Britannia’ as his mobile ringtone.”
Another joked: “Did anyone stand up and say hello when Colin came in?”
A third viewer asks: “Is he wearing that waistcoat to bet?”
Another social media user wrote: “Colin, Colin, Colin… please tell me where you buy your clothes.”
“Sometimes you need a Colin because normal is boring,” another fan posted with a string of half-laughing emojis.
Colin told Bradley that if he wins the quiz show, he plans to put the money towards fixing his Land Rover, the car he uses to help get doctors, nurses and patients to the hospital. when it snows.
Colin made £7,000 on his cash build, and when Chaser Paul entered the studio, he began reading poems he had written before the show.
Colin said: “Maybe it’s Paul, the man in the suit, as long as he wins you don’t want to.
“Maybe it will be Ann in the chair who can freeze contestants with a loving look.”
He continued: “Or maybe it’s Sean who’s just too cool and too cool, take it away from me, he’s no fool. But as Sean would say, Brad do this. As long as we win, we won’t take mickey. ”
Then he added: “Can’t find a rhyme for the last bit.”
The Chaser responded with his own barbaric rhyme, saying, “We can all write poetry, perform very well, seven thousand dollars, but good God that waistcoats should be banned.”
Colin had a poetic response when ready, saying: “Not a chance, my friend, this will be your end.”
Chase fans once again took to Twitter to respond, saying: “Colin and his waistcoat. . . I wonder if Southgate would wear it at the World Cup. Still love his cheesy poem. ”
Another wrote: “I love this guy,” as another wrote: “Oh my God, he’s spitting poetry!”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/chase-fans-hysterics-over-contestants-26540874 Chase fans in a frenzy over the contestant's unusual outfits as Paul Sinha takes aim