The Chases Bradley Walsh walks off set within minutes of ITV show after blunder

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    Beat The Chasers took a rather awkward turn within minutes of the show airing after Bradley Walsh walked off the set.

    The hit ITV gameshow was back on TV screens on Sunday (September 2) as telly legend Bradley welcomed quizzer Emily on the programme.

    The spin-off show featured returning Chasers including The Sinnerman, The Vixen, The Beast, The Menace, The Dark Destroyer and The Gorverness.

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    But within minutes of the programme being on telly screens host Brad had to have a moment and was forced to walk off the set.

    Up first was quizzer Emily – but host Bradley was left floored over her knowledge.

    When asked what she does, Emily told Brad she’s an archeology student at Wiltshire.

    Referring to Wiltshire, she said: “It’s not that exciting.”

    Bradley quipped back: “Hey, Wiltshire is the home to one of the great wonders of the world.”

    Chaser The Sinnerman then chimed in and joked: “Swindon.”

    Laughing at his answer Bradley said: “Swindon,” as Emily added: “ It’s not a bad place.”

    Looking confused, Brad quizzed the contestant: “What Swindon?”

    Emily replied: “Yeah,” but Brad was not impressed.

    He fired back: “I’m not talking about Swindon I’m talking about stone henge!”

    Floored at her answer, Brad then walked off the set with his hands in the air.

    He went on: “What sort of archeologist is she? How can you forget about stone henge?”

    After her first round, Emily decided to take on three chasers in a bid to bag £10,000.

    And it seemed it was the student's lucky day, as she managed to take home the ten grand and beat the chasers – with 14 seconds remaining.

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    Viewers watching the hit ITV show at home were left over the moon to see Emily's win.

    Rushing to X, formerly known as Twitter, one person said: "What a great start to the show – £10k for 20 year old student Emily!"

    Someone else gushed: "Well done Emily on winning £10,000 you played really well and you deserve every penny of that amount so happy for you!"

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