THE Chase viewers all had the same complaint about Bradley Walsh as the show took an awkward turn.
ITV viewers watched the most recent episode of the game show as the former EastEnders actor introduced four fresh contestants.
Participants Jill from Huntingdon, Edward the assistant manager from Nottingham, Aiden the team leader from South Shields, and Rochelle the graphic designer from Leicester all wanted to win the cash prize.
Jill, a retired teacher who won £4000 in the cash builder round, was the first to go up against the Dark Destroyer Shaun Wallace.
When she got the final round, she was asked about US citizen Anne Hodges from Alabama who survived a meteor hit in 1954 – and she answered correctly.
But, the topic abruptly changed when Bradley, 63 quipped that the woman had gotten supernatural abilities as a result of the accident.
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"What you don't realise is that Anne Hodges, after being hit by the meteorite, becomes a superhero, wears a cape, and goes around Alabama flying everywhere!" he added.
After Jill settled back into her seat at the panel, Bradley, 63, sang, "Here comes Anne, with the shopping!" as if he had written his own super hero theme song about Anne Hodges.
This irritated ITV viewers, who complained that Bradley "waffles too much" and wanders "off topic" frequently.
Taking to Twitter to vent one fan wrote: "This is boring!!"
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A second added: "Waffle. Waffle. He goes out soon, I reckon."
A third raged: "Oh shut the f**k up Bradley!!"
A fourth complained: "Why does Bradley always go off topic. It's so annoying"
A fifth wrote: "It's just so much waffle. I'm switching it off."
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