The Chases Bradley Walsh left in hysterics after comedy gold question on ITV show

The Chase's Bradley Walsh was left in hysterics over a "comedy gold" question on Sunday's special episode called The Bloopers.

During the episode, which sees unaired outtakes and funny scenes, it showed a hilarious moment where Bradley, 61, couldn't stop laughing over one of the questions.

The question was: "What animal was reportedly used to lay cables around Buckingham Palace for the broadcast of Charles and Diana's wedding?"

However before Bradley couldn't even finish the question he was left in hysterics as he admitted in-between laughter: "That's funny, okay, here we go" as they attempted to film a second take.

The presenter then asked the question again and burst out laughing when he had to list the answer options, which were A) A mole, B) A ferret and C) A badger.

Bradley was left in hysterics as he did impressions of each animal laying cables and joked: "Can you imagine?"


And the presenter was left further amused when Chaser, Shaun Wallace, put mole as his answer.

Bradley exclaimed: "It just gets better and better. That is comedy gold, that is comedy gold. That is absolutely comedy gold. That is without a doubt a show on its own that question."

Viewers were left in hysterics during The Chase: The Bloopers as they demanded for the hilarious scenes to be kept in the original episodes in the future.

One person said: "I enjoyed #TheChase bloopers, looks like much fun is had in filming."

A different account put: "Thank you to @BradleyWalsh and @ITVChase – I am in hysterics after that "The Bloopers" show."

Another follower commented: "#TheChase absolutely howling at Bradley Walsh #Bloopers."

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A different fan put: "If they left all these bits in #TheChase, it would be one of the best comedy programmes on tv without even trying."

While another viewer added: "Wetting myself watching #thechase bloopers Love Bradley!"

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