VIEWERS tuning into The Chase have been stunned as they recognised a “bragging” contestant as the star of a rival BBC show.
Fans flocked to Twitter to debate their discover as host Bradley Walsh casually chatted to chef Mary Ann on the ITV quiz.
She talked about her restaurant’s Michelin star and the Jaguar in her storage on Tuesday’s show.
One wrote on social media: “It has been bugging me all programme. But the Mary Ann chef, was on #GreatBritishMenu.”
Another commented: “Has Mary Ann on the Chase, shut her restaurant down, is that why she on the programme trying to get some cash, not that long ago she was doing Great British Menu ffs.”
A 3rd queried: “Mary Ann off the chase, sure she has been on British Menu and MasterChef.”
“Surely, Mary Anne should be on the celebrity version of #TheChase,” stated one, after her earlier TV expertise had been confirmed.
While others weren’t so impressed with the chef reeling off her listing of achievements to the show host.
She advised Bradley: “I held a Michelin star… and Prince Charles has been to us… and I’ve been to have drinks with the Queen at Buckingham Palace.”
Discussing what she would do together with her potential winnings, Mary Ann added: “I would like to take my husband in our beautiful Jaguar car, and drive up and tour around Scotland where I’ve never been.”
A Twitter person responded: “Mary Ann on the #TheChase bragging she has a Michelin star.
“So what, I have 4 Michelin tyres on my car and you don’t here me bragging.”
A second joked: “Mary Ann’s got a Jag but I reckon its an X-Type.”
While a 3rd quipped: “Mary Ann has been on TV celebrity chef programmes that’s why she giving it the big Un …”
But Mary Ann’s earlier time on the telly appeared to serve her effectively as she joined all of the contestants within the closing chase in opposition to Jenny ‘The Vixen’ Ryan.
With luck of their favour, the foursome walked off with a good £18,000.
The Chase airs weekdays 5pm on ITV.
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