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Entertainment The Chase's Anne Hegerty takes a swipe at new quizzer

06:25  27 november  2020
06:25  27 november  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The Chase star Anne Hegerty says she quizzes daily to keep herself 'quiz-fit'. The television personality, affectionately known as The Governess, appeared on Lorraine and discussed just how she maintains her incredible quiz knowledge and prowess.

Anne Hegerty standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: MailOnline logo © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo

Anne Hegerty has shared her opinion on the latest addition to The Chase, revealing that another quizzer means her own salary could be cut.

The quiz star, 62, made a subtle dig at Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis being revealed as a new face during an appearance on The Lewis Nicholls Show on YouTube.

When asked if she wanted another Chaser, Anne said that was a 'tricky' question as the more people on the show tends to mean the less money each can possibly earn.

Anne Hegerty standing on a stage in front of a television: 'Tricky one': Anne Hegerty has made a subtle dig at Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis being revealed as a new face on The Chase as it means she may end up getting paid less for appearances © Provided by Daily Mail 'Tricky one': Anne Hegerty has made a subtle dig at Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis being revealed as a new face on The Chase as it means she may end up getting paid less for appearances

Anne said: 'This is a tricky one, because a lot of the public imagine that we are on the same sort of deal that Hollywood stars are in the 1930s.

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This is the moment Anne Hegerty aka 'The Governess' from ITV' s The Chase shows off her brand new look after undergoing a Loose Women makeover.

Anne Hegerty on Chase spin off show, Beat The ChasersCredit: ITV. This coupled with presenter Bradley Walsh' s busy filming schedule and the Anne - who is a Chaser alongside Mark Labbett, Shaun Wallace, Paul Sinha, and Jenny Ryan - said Bradley' s heavy filming schedule can mean they

'They got paid a salary per month, per year, and they were salaried employees at the studio and the studio would find them things to do for that salary. That isn't actually how that works.

'We, The Chasers and Bradley [Walsh], we get paid a flat fee for every show that we do. So, any show that I'm doing, is a show for which I'm being paid and the other Chasers aren't. And that applies to all of us.'

She added: 'If you're going to divide the shows by six rather than five, then, you know, do the maths.'

a person standing in front of a television: New Chaser: Hit ITV game series The Chase unveiled their sixth quizzer Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis for the first time on Thursday evening's show © Provided by Daily Mail New Chaser: Hit ITV game series The Chase unveiled their sixth quizzer Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis for the first time on Thursday evening's show

However Anne also explained how a new Chaser could be to everybody's benefit, as ITV could order more shows and a fresh face could also help boost ratings as audiences are intrigued by a new person.

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She said: 'If it means we get an extra order of shows then everybody's money goes up. The problem is Bradley [Walsh] is, because he's so in demand and so good, so superb at everything he does and can do so many different things, and so of course he's massively in demand.'

Anne explained how it can be difficult for them to film The Chase because of all the star's busy schedules.

She said: 'Then obviously you add in a global pandemic and last year, because Bradley was still doing Doctor Who, we only recorded 93 shows. And we should've recorded twice that already.

Anne Hegerty standing in front of a television: Quizzing star: Anne explained that the Chasers get paid a flat fee for every show that they do © Provided by Daily Mail Quizzing star: Anne explained that the Chasers get paid a flat fee for every show that they do Anne Hegerty who is smiling and looking at the camera: Opinions: Anne made the comments during a recent YouTube appearance and also said it has been proving difficult to film lots of shows due to the star's busy schedules and the pandemic © Provided by Daily Mail Opinions: Anne made the comments during a recent YouTube appearance and also said it has been proving difficult to film lots of shows due to the star's busy schedules and the pandemic

'This year we were hoping to make up for it and do 150, 160, and then well that didn't happen.

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'So we hoped we will catch up in the spring but then again it all depends on whether Bradley's available, it depends on a lot of whether one of these vaccines work out.'

Last week The Chase finally unveiled their much-anticipated sixth quizzer, Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis, on Thursday evening's game show.

The new Chaser, 40, has joined the five well-known formidable quizzing pros after competing on the show as a contestant in 2017, facing Paul 'The Sinnerman' Sinha.

The Irishman and Oxford-based scientist is the first new Chaser since Jenny Ryan joined the show in 2015, and will battle against teams to stop them winning money.

a close up of a man in a blue shirt: Familiar face: Darragh first appeared on the game show as a popular contestant in March 2017 (above), where he banked an impressive £9000 during the episode © Provided by Daily Mail Familiar face: Darragh first appeared on the game show as a popular contestant in March 2017 (above), where he banked an impressive £9000 during the episode

Appearing on the ITV series for the first time, Bradley introduced the 'mysterious new Chaser' as he stepped out to face his first contestant.

Darragh confidently took his seat in the recognisable Chaser's chair, sporting a velvet paisley print jacket and bolo tie.

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He been welcomed to the award-winning series' alongside famous Chasers, Jenny Ryan, Shaun Wallace, Mark Labbett, Anne Hegerty and Paul Sinha.

Speaking about his new role, Darragh said: 'I'm so pleased to be the sixth Chaser. It's brilliant to be on such an amazing quiz team, and so much fun working with Bradley Walsh. It's such an exciting opportunity and I can't wait to take on more contestants!'

a person standing in front of a group of people posing for the camera: Experts: Darragh joins Chasers Mark Labbett, Anne Hegerty, Paul Sinha, Jenny Ryan and Shaun Wallace (pictured with Bradley Walsh in the middle) © Provided by Daily Mail Experts: Darragh joins Chasers Mark Labbett, Anne Hegerty, Paul Sinha, Jenny Ryan and Shaun Wallace (pictured with Bradley Walsh in the middle) Read more

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