Chase star Mark Labbett has commented on his absence from three ITV shows, sharing his annoyance at being looked down on because of his co-stars.
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The Chase star Mark Labbett has sparked rumors of a feud with his fellow ITV brainboxes after making a series of cryptic comments about the show’s lineup.
The professional quizster, known as The Beast, hit the screens this past week alongside his smart counterparts on Beat The Chasers.
But the 56-year-old took to Twitter to comment on his absence from three shows, prompting Chasers colleagues Anne Hegerty and Paul Sinha to respond.
Sharing the sadness of being looked down on by his colleagues, Mark wrote: “Beat three games in a row in last place on Beat The Chasers, 215-1 odds of that happening.”
Commenting ahead of Friday’s test, he added: “Looks like I’m on the bench tonight,” with an unhappy face.
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Mark’s followers expressed concern at his seemingly flustered demeanor, with one posting: “You sound annoyed with Beast?”
Mark then quipped cryptically: “Put on a dress, go see more shows.”
Fellow Chaser Paul, 51 years old and better known as The Sinnerman, then answered the question: “Never mind, how many games did each Chaser play over the course of the series? I guess there are statistics. “
Before Anne, 63, jumped in and said, “Just WhatsApped you.”
When a concerned fan asked what was going on, Anne added: “I sent him a message on our WhatsApp group because I wasn’t sure if it was classified information. ? We’re not allowed to chat publicly about the behind-the-scenes stuff. ”
Mark took the time to answer fan questions following his comments, with one asking: “Is the selection random for each round?”
Mark replied: “Unspecified before filming, I looked at the spreadsheets.”
Another suggested that his absence from three shows could be “the producers want a few winners tonight Mark,” along with a grimace on his face.
Mark replied: “I think you’re right, the offers are also very generous.”
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The Chase award-winning show is recognized as one of ITV’s most successful series – and all six Chasers, including Mark, have become household names nationally for demonstrating puzzle expertise their.
Viewers have become familiar with Bradley Walsh’s elite showmanship coupled with the Chasers’ expertise to craft compelling episodes for people across the country to enjoy, helping to garner millions of views throughout. many years.
Mark recently told the Mirror he made £1m in just one month last year, while working on the US version of the show.
“That’s more than I made in the first 49 years of my life,” he said.
He gets paid big money for appearances and says, “I’ve done a lot of gigs all over the country, things like bingo halls and pub quizzes and it’s been fun. but I can safely say that on any given gig I get upset about four times, it’s at every gig and it’s not just the women. “
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/chases-mark-labbett-sparks-co-27044760 The Chase's Mark Labbett sparks rumors of feud with co-star with cryptic comments after missing the show