Bradley Walsh admits he loves it when there’s smutty innuendo on The Chase.
It airs at teatime, but there is often plenty of naughty humour and he can’t get enough of it.
He said: “I’ve got a very juvenile sense of humour. The people who set the questions try to make me laugh with the wording they use.
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“I never see the questions beforehand. And I’m a bit of an idiot because I read pretty much anything that’s on the autocue.
“I’m like Anchorman. And they know I do that, so they know they can catch me out. They often get me. I find that stuff hysterical, so I get the giggles pretty regularly.”
Bradley’s cheeky persona has helped to make The Chase a huge hit since it launched in 2009.
It has spawned a string of spin-off programmes and last week won the gong for Daytime Show at the TV Choice Awards.
Bradley said: “I think The Chase is a hit because the format is brilliant. It’s as simple as that. That’s all down to the production team.
“We have been very lucky. Whenever you go into meetings about new shows, they say, ‘We need the new Chase’. That’s testament to the show.”
The Chase has been running since 2009, with the ITV show just as popular as ever.
It's seen a number of international versions, including in Australia, Croatia, Germany, Spain and the US.
It also has a spin-off show called Beat the Chasers, which airs around the world too.
The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV
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