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Bradley Walsh has shown how strict a quizmaster he can be on yesterday's The Chase, as he refused a contestant's answer because they added an extra word at the end. People weren't happy.
Graphic designer Dean, who wanted the prize money to put towards a house, was first up on the cash builder round.
Harsh or fair? Credit: ITV/The Chase
Dean was asked: "Wet Wet Wet did a cover of what song for Four Weddings And A Funeral ?" We all know the song, don't we? It's going to be stuck in my head for the rest of the day.
Anyway, Dean reckoned he knew and confidently said: "Love Is All Around Me."
Cool, right? Quick grand in the bank. But not so fast, because Bradley then piped up and said: "Love Is All Around."
And Dean got zip. Nada. Zero.
Viewers were less than impressed with this new side to Bradley, who is usually the contestants' best pal.
One angered viewer posted on Twitter: "He said the bloody title, Bradley!" Others called it 'ridiculous' and said they were 'fuming' on Dean's behalf.
But, I mean, this is Bradley 'Voice of a Generation' Walsh we're talking about here. He's the ONLY debut British act to get a certified Gold album in 2016.
So, don't question him on his musical knowledge, OK? If he were to let this slip, where would it all end? Contestants have to get the answer correct, them's the rules.
The face of a heartbroken man. Credit: ITV/The Chase
Except... hold on. Just a little bit later in the show, a contestant gave another 'almost answer' and he allowed it. Some people just want to watch the world burn, don't they?
Twenty-three-year old Rebecca was asked: "A melchizedek is a huge bottle containing 40 standard bottles of what drink?" To which she guessed, 'wine'.
However Bradders said: "Champagne, but I'll give you wine."
Is he playing favourites?
Champagne is obviously a type of wine, she's on the right track, but poor Dean literally said the correct title - albeit he then added 'me' on the end - and got nothing.
Hard lines, Dean.
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