Bradley Walsh takes BRUTAL swipe at Love Island as he issues stern warning to The Chase contestant | The Sun
THE CHASE host Bradley Walsh wasted no time taking a huge swipe at fellow ITV show, Love Island, during a recent episode.
Only hours after the dating show crowed its winners, Bradley made a dig during an episode of The Chase.
Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu won the £50,000 prize during Monday's finale, but turns out not everyone is a fan of the show.
On Tuesday's episode of The Chase, Bradley, 62, welcomed four new contestants to the show.
Jan, Ellie, Roddy and Phil were all keen to claim their piece of the prize, and were ready to go head to head with a Chaser.
They were paired up with Anne Hegerty – otherwise known as The Governess.
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As university student Ellie stepped up to the podium to face Anne, Bradley asked her a question about Love Island.
He asked: "In 2017, what reality dating show had more applications than Cambridge University?
"A) Love Island, B) First Dates C) Celebs Go Dating."
The question was no match for Ellie, who turned to the host and said: "We're back on my territory now – I know what I'm talking about with reality dating shows."
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Bradley wasn't impressed, throwing her a disappointed look, as he responded: "I think I might be alright with this one."
He savagely added: "That's a sad indictment for the British youth isn't it?"
However, Ellie snapped back: "Well, you win money on Love Island, not so much at University."
Of course, the contestant got the answer right, which led to Bradley warning her not to give up her education for fame.
Those who turned into the show also had an opinion on the exchange, as they turned to Twitter.
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One wrote: "Bradley saying how it is about Love Island #TheChase embarrassing."
Another brutally agreed: "Getting rid of a Love Island viewer can only ever be a good thing #TheChase."
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