'The Chase' Fans Think Team Should Lose £17k Over Contestant's Accent
The Chase viewers have argued that the team should their £17,000 winnings, after a contestant's accent made it sound like she had given the wrong answer.
However, not every viewer was happy with the win as some argued that the 64-year-old appeared to answer 'Princess Diane' instead of 'Princess Diana' because of her accent.
Host Bradley Walsh asked the team: "Which royal woman was nicknamed Lady Di?" There was a slight mix up due to Sandie's accent but the point was given to the team.
At the end of the final chase they were just one point away from being caught by The Vixen, but viewers claimed they shouldn't have won the money because they got the Princess Diana question 'wrong'.
One viewer said: "She was Diana not Diane, right?"
"She also said princess Diane," added another.
A third said: "The team shouldn't have won because the lady got the princess Di question wrong."
Sandie also caused a bit of a stir on the show when Bradley was a bit shocked by the jobs she had before retiring.
She also said princess Diane
- Adrian McNally (@AdrianTheGrump) January 15, 2019
#thechase The team shouldn't have won because the lady got the princess di question wrong.
- Ladders (@Adderladders) January 15, 2019
Sandie told Bradley: "I'm retired. I was a contract manager in the catering industry. I've also worked as an estate agent for a while, I worked as a stripper for a few years and also in driving."
A confused Bradley asked Sandie about one particular job she mentioned, questioning: "Did you say stripper?"
When Sandie confirmed that she definitely said stripper, he added: "As in what?"
Fortunately for Bradley, Sandie revealed she used to be a "furniture stripper".
The host quipped: That'll take some people by surprise. There's four million people at home gone like that."
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