The Chase Bradley Walsh exit fears as pal says everyones worried hell quit

ITV The Chase star Mark Labbett has shared his fears that Bradley Walsh could be leaving the quiz show sooner rather than later.

Bradley has been presenting The Chase since 2009, and has become a household name after winning over legions of fans with his cheeky sense of humour.

But Mark Labbett, aka The Beast, has shared his fears that Bradley could eventually move on from the show for other big jobs, as his career is going from strength to strength.

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Bradley and his son Barney have bagged a huge presenting job on the reboot of iconic BBC show Gladiators, which is sure to take up a lot of his schedule.

Mark told The Sun: "I worry Bradley might stop one day. Anne is terrified, the others are worried.

"In the same way Holly Willoughby resigned from This Morning, ITV would be inundated with people wanting to do it if, God forbid, Bradley retired."

However, Bradley has not shown any indication he is planning to say goodie to the teatime quiz competition, and issued a statement when the news was confirmed, saying: "Wow! I can't believe that I've been asked to be part of this iconic show.

"I used to sit backstage, or in the audience, every week watching my wife be part of this juggernaut and now I get to co-host a new version of GLADIATORS!!! Saturday night family entertainment at its best…ARE YOU READY?"

Meanwhile, Mark has opened up about his dramatic weight loss after managing to shift nine stone after a "complete nutrition overhaul" in 2020.

He said: "My lungs appreciate it. I’ve lost eight inches off my chest. Hayley is getting me to the gym. I love weights."

Mark is loved up with his GB News presenter girlfriend Hayley, and things seem to be going from strength to strength, and he has even met her parents.

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV.

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