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The Chase presenter Bradley Walsh walked away from one contestant on Sunday evening, crossing the studio and admitting he couldn't "deal" with his dance moves.
Restaurant critic Giles Coren appeared on the show, racking up a whopping £8,000 in the celebrity special of the ITV gameshow.
Hoping to raise a decent sum for charity, Giles plumped for the high offer of £40,000 and turned to face Chaser Paul Sinha.
When a question about "mood boards" appeared on the screen, Giles got jazzed up, slamming the correct answer.
Bradley wondered how he knew to pick the correct option, only for Giles to start grooving before him.
Swinging around, he flashed Brad the guns and exclaimed: "Cause I was in the mood!"
Bradley mocked despair and stomped over to the remaining contestants, taking a swipe at Giles' dance moves on the show.
He remarked: "None of your dance moves here son. We can't be dealing with that!"
Thankfully, Bradley then returned to the podium and the game continued, with Giles sailing into the finale with £40,000 in his prize pot.
At one point, Paul got fed up with Giles' impressive general knowledge and suggested he get a question wrong to spice things up a bit for viewers.
The Sinnerman joked: "Might as well get one wrong and make it exciting."
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