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Brian McFadden has got a right rinsing on Twitter after he appeared on a celebrity special of The Chase.
He was there to raise money for charity, so as we all know, the questions are a bit easier. We want them to take home the cash for their charities so this is fine, right?
Poor Brian McFadden (of Westlife fame) was absolutely taken to the cleaners on Twitter after incorrectly guessing that planet Earth travels at 300 million metres per second. Don't believe us? Watch for yourself.
To be completely fair to him, this was during a Cash Builder round, where contestants often just say the first thing that comes into their heads. Bradley Walsh asked: "What travels at approximately 300 million metres per second?"
Brian answers: "The Earth?"
The planet actually travels at more like 1000 miles per hour.
Apparently, the earth travels at 300 million miles per second, according to Brain. Sorry, I mean, Brian. :flushed: :joy: :joy: :see_no_evil: :see_no_evil:#TheChase #GangOfChase
- John Boy Walton:registered::tm: (@JohnJudgeJules) 23 April 2017
So as well as being famous and much richer than us, we allow them to be flattered into thinking they're cleverer than us too. #TheChase
- Jon (@RudolphUcker) 23 April 2017
He also said that people drive on the left in America which, in all honesty, is a much easier question than the one people were taking the piss out of him for getting wrong.
Although one guy pointed out...
'On what side of the road do Americans drive?'
- realdrewhaughey (@realdrewhaughey) 23 April 2017
Yeah, to be fair, they do.
The Chase has been making Twitter laugh for years now. For example, we can't forget Fanny Chmelar.
Plus, this question recently had people in stitches...
OMG your mum :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy: #thechase pic.twitter.com/Lr3RB2Jixv
- Amanda Newton (@Imamandanewton) 23 April 2017
Who comes up with these questions and answers?! They need a pay rise.
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