Bradley Walsh steps in to defend Jenny Ryan after VERY cheeky goading from The Chase contestant

BRADLEY Walsh was forced to step in and defend quizzer Jenny Ryan after a contestant goaded her during an episode of The Chase.

Tuesday evening's instalment of the ITV quiz show saw Sylvester, Juliet, Grace and Dan join forces to take on one of the country's finest brains – and one of them soon stole the show.

Following a solid cash builder round, Sylvester – the first player up – was more than happy to see himself pitted against Jenny.

He accepted the middle offer and played for £3,000 and, courtesy of some good luck, he managed to get through.

Sylvester was almost caught on numerous occasions, however, it wasn't until a question about Shakespeare that saw him get one over on The Vixen.

As he went through, host Bradley told him that he was "very jammy" – but his choice of words gave Sylvester a kick.


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With his place cemented in the final, Sylvester looked sternly at the Chaser and warned: "I'll see you later, Jenny."

The quizzer smiled: "You certainly will," before Bradley intervened and said: "Don't wind her up, just get in the final!"

As Bradley turned to Jenny for her opinion, she responded: "I guess it doesn't matter how you get to the final as long as you do get to the final – and he's there."

Sylvester appeared in the final alongside Dan, but they didn't manage to take home the cash after only answering 13 questions correctly.

However, despite only getting a handful of questions right, fans were left rather amused by Sylvester and took to Twitter to praise his straight-talking performance.

Alongside an array of laughing face emojis, one person penned: "Sylvester just says random things that pop in his head, he's funny as f**k."

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Echoing their comments, someone else said: "Sylvester is killing me tonight. That's my evening entertainment!"

While a third remarked: "Sylvester on his own would be a laugh!"

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV.

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