Bradley Walsh welcomed Steven as the last contestant on Monday’s Beat the Chasers. The quizzer was hoping to win the jackpot to purchase an electric wheelchair that could withstand uneven terrain and enable him to enjoy nature. ITV viewers were thrilled for the player when he won £25,000 but questioned why Bradley hadn’t accepted one answer from Paul ‘The Sinnerman’ Sinha.
Steven answered all five questions in his preliminary round correctly.
He was offered the chance to play for £500,000 if he took on all of the Chasers.
However, he instead decided to try and win £25,000 by going up against three of the quizzing champions.
Steven had to outsmart Paul, Darragh ‘The Menance’ Ennis and Jenny ‘The Vixen’ Ryan.
“Dirty Dancing is definitely a musical though? #BeatTheChasers, @helenruthfisher wrote.
@aaron19258739 remarked: “#BeatTheChasers technically dirty dancing is a musical on the west end.” (sic)
@HelenTodd3 asked Chaser Mark ‘The Beast’ Labbett to clarify: “How come Dirty Dancing wasn’t right?! #BeatTheChasers.”
The Chaser replied: “Presumably there was more info but Paul jumped in too quick?”
Published at Mon, 16 May 2022 21:57:31 +0000