Chase star Bradley Walsh “misses” Zoom meeting with co-stars

Chase host Bradley Walsh was absent from a Zoom meeting with the Chasers and fans were stunned.

Quiz expert Paul Sinha shared a photo on Twitter Thursday when he was having a meeting with his chasers, who looked like producers for the game show.

Paul simply titled the post “Working Meeting”.

Chase fans were amazed where Bradley Walsh is

Next to Paul were Anne Hegerty, Shaun Wallace, Jenny Ryan, Mark Labbett and the new chaser Darragh Ennis.

Chase fans loved seeing the stars all together, but some wondered where Bradley was hosting.

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One person tweeted, “Where’s Brad?”

Another suggested, “A bit too high tech for Bradley?”

Fans asked where Bradley was in the photo (Photo credit:

A third asked, “Where’s Bradley?” followed by a sad face emoji.

Shaun Wallace delights fans with her looks

Meanwhile, others were distracted by Shaun’s – aka The Dark Destroyer – “torn” arms.

One gushed, “Check out the guns on The Dark Destroyer.”

Another said: “Wait a minute @ TheShaunWallace is torn? !! ”

One commented, “Love all chasers, but Shaun is sitting there looking like a SNACK.”

The Chasers had a working meeting on Zoom (Credit: ITV)

Meanwhile, one person made a comment on Anne’s hair during the call.

They wrote, “Why does Shaun look like he’s in a photo booth and Anne looks like she has brushed her hair with a toffee apple?”

Anne replied, “I didn’t brush my hair with anything, which is why it looked like this.”

Another fan was convinced that ITV could commission another series of Beat the Chasers.

They tweeted: “Oh please say this is approximate #BeatTheChasers commissioned for another series.

Shaun Wallace defeated the pursuers
Chase fans are stunned by Shaun’s “torn” arms (Photo Credit: Brett D. Cove /

“Best Zoom Work Meeting Ever!”

Earlier this week, ITV confirmed that Beat the Chasers’ second series had an average of 4.1 million viewers in seven episodes.

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However, it failed to hit the highs of the first series.

According to ITV, the first series averaged 6.4 million viewers and took a 25% market share over the week.

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