To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders

Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications

Joe Sugg 'makes history' on The Chase as Bradley Walsh tells him they will 'go viral'

Joe Sugg 'makes history' on The Chase as Bradley Walsh tells him they will 'go viral'

The content creator featured on The Chase, with his achievement helping him make history

Content creator Joe Sugg has seemingly 'made history' during his appearance on ITV's The Chase.

Bradley Walsh jokingly said that they would 'go viral' because of Sugg's achievement on the latest episode of the game show.

Watch the full clip below:

The 32-year-old was a contestant on a celebrity edition of the show on Saturday, joined by Myles Stephenson, Lucrezia Millarini and David James.

All four were aiming to raise money for the charities of their choice, as they were tasked with outsmarting Paul Sinha, known as the Sinnerman.

They would need to get through the individual head-to-head rounds before competing in the final round.

In the cash builder round, Joe managed to generate £8,000, before being given alternative offers for the round against the chaser.

The high offer was a whopping £201,000, with the low offer a measly £1,000 in comparison.

Joe did cheekily tease about the higher amount, saying: "If I go for the [the high offer] it could make a viral moment, which is a good thing.

"It'd be an incredible amount for charity as well."

He ultimately put his neck out on the line and went for the high offer.

Joe chose sight as the answer for his final head-to-head question.

The Strictly Come Dancing finalist shocked us all and got a number of questions correct, with host Bradley Walsh saying that if he were to go through, he would make history by taking the highest amount on the show.

Then, the million dollar question (more like £201,000, but you know): "Which of a hedgehog's senses is very poor?"

The options were: "Sight, hearing, or smell".

Joe guessed sight.

Bradley wished Joe good luck, saying: "You're gonna make history here, mate. If you go though you're making history.

"We're gonna go viral. I better stand next to you if you’re gonna go through! Come on, good luck."

It was revealed that it was the right answer, as Joe celebrated by jumping up and down in from of a jubilant audience, before hugging Bradley.

Unfortunately, the final round did not go as smoothly.

Joe was seen celebrating his victory over the chaser, adding £201,000 to the prize money.
It saw Joe compete alongside former footballer David and singer Myles, but without newsreader Lucrezia, who was eliminated.

The prize money stood at a massive £213,000, with Joe contributing almost all of it.

The final three did manage to get 18 questions right, but were sadly caught by the Chaser, who had just under 30 seconds left on his timer.

It did mean that the celebrities lost the prize fund, but they were still given £1,000 for their charities.

A decent silver lining, though Joe will remember this day for his moment in the head-to-head round.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: TV and Film, ITV, The Chase