The Chase’s Anne Hegerty cringes as Bradley Walsh breaks the crude joke

Quiz host Bradley Walsh answered some of the questions on Tuesday’s show. He tries not to laugh when he hears the name of the Irish breakfast dish

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The Chase: Bradley struggles to keep it together in the answers

The Chase’s Anne Hegerty cringed after host Bradley Walsh made a cheeky joke.

The Governor looked unimpressed as Bradley squirmed after he said rudely about women’s genitals.

Anne stared as she said to Bradley, “You can do it, Brad,” who was trying not to laugh.

The question on Tuesday’s episode of the show was: “What is the Scottish breakfast dish called ‘tattie scones’ named after in Ireland?”

The potential answers are Fadge, Menge or Clonge – and the list pretty much pushes Bradley over the border.

Bradley Walsh struggles to contain himself on the show



Although the contestants seemed a little confused because the host couldn’t keep his face straight, the studio audience still chuckled at the question.

But Anne didn’t see the funny side and kept a very stern expression.

“That’s what you want for breakfast – a little bit of fashion,” Brad joked, as the audience burst into laughter once again.

He had to be very careful with how he pronounced potential answers



Fans also saw a humorous side, with one piece writing: “My kid just asked me what fadge, menge and clonge mean. Congratulations, Brad!”

“What a question! Bradley organized that very, very well.”

Though some might not be impressed: “This is a family show! How the hell am I explaining this to my kids?”

Bradley is narrated by fans who watched with their children



Last week, the 61-year-old was mocked by viewers for being too addicted to junk food.

One viewer tweeted: “Bradley went on top in fake tans. He looks hilarious orange.”

Anne was named as one of the popular characters in the second series of ITV’s Cooking With The Stars.

Anne doesn’t see the funny side and keeps a very straight face



She will partner with Michelin-starred French chef Jean-Christophe Novelli, who will mentor her as she goes from amateur to chef.

Along with Anne, we’ll get to meet professional dancer Anton Du Beke, Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes, This Morning’s Josie Gibson, Love Island’s Maura Higgins, TV pundit Dr Ranj Singh, comedian Joe Wilkinson and DJ Woody Cook.

Participating professional chefs are British chef and TV presenter Rosemary Shrager (in partnership with Anton Du Beke), celebrity chef and business owner Ronnie Murray (in partnership with Dame Kelly Holmes) and director Chef Jack Stein (featuring Maura Higgins).

She will soon be doing a cooking show where she will be training to be a professional chef


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Speaking about the show, presenter Emma Willis said: “Tom and I had so much fun on the last series and I look forward to being in the kitchen again.

“The pressure that celebrities are under is real and once the competition starts to heat up everyone wants to win, but I hope there won’t be as much blood as the previous series!”

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