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Beat the Chasers fans were laughing their heads off when presenter Bradley Walsh, who rarely makes a name blunder on the show, accidentally said "b*****k" instead of Sandra Bullock in tonight’s episode.
The ITV spin-off of The Chase has become hugely-popular, and pits the entire chasers’ team against a series of contestants hoping to win big.
But things get tense, and as Bradley tries to speedily reel off his questions, sometimes things go awry.
Asking the chasers a question about the space film Gravity – which stars George Clooney and Sandra Bullock in the title roles – he hilariously sounded like he said "b*****k" instead.
Flocking to Twitter to check with other viewers, fans were both puzzled and in hysterics about Bradley’s blunder.
"He did say Sandra B*****k, right? #BeatTheChasers," one person asked.
Another wrote: "Did Bradley really just say ‘Sandra B*****k’ #BeatTheChasers," next to a series of laughing emojis.
"Sandra B*****k?? #BeatTheChasers," a third giggled.
As a fourth carried on: "Sandra b*****k ? #BeatTheChasers."
"Did Bradley Walsh really just call Sandra Bullock 'Sandra B*****k', on tonight's #BeatTheChasers ?" a fifth added, unable to contain their laughter.
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