Bradley Walsh was once more sent into hysterics by a question posed on ITV’s The Chase last night.
In a celebrity edition of the popular quiz show, Scott Mills was playing to bring £3000 into the pot for charity, reports the Daily Mail.
BBC Radio One DJ Mills, who is no stranger to innuendo, was asked ‘In 2015, the third party U.S. Presidential candidate had what name?’
The options he had to choose from were ‘Doz Balls,’ ‘Deez Nuts’ and ‘Dem Plums’.
Walsh couldn’t believe the question, but the answer tipped him over the edge.
Twitter was already well aware of viral sensation ‘Deez Nuts’, but it didn’t stop users from enjoying the moment.
— Christopher Wood (@ChrisJW1987) April 3, 2016
Deez Nuts getting a shout out on the chase
— G (@GemmaI_TS) April 3, 2016
Bloody hell….Deez Nuts! ????? #thechase
— ⭐️Mikey⭐️ (@MysteryMikey007) April 3, 2016
How is Deez Nuts running for President still something people haven't heard about? #TheChase
— Daniel Chapman (@DanielChappers) April 3, 2016
the chase just did a question on deez nuts
I can't believe it
— c-a-p (@catsandpuzzles) April 3, 2016
am howling deez nuts was an answer on the chase #ICONIC
— lucy (@baby_icallhell) April 3, 2016
Unfortunately for the team of celebrities, which included Mills, actor Sunetra Sarker, boxer Anthony Ogogo and comedian Johnny Ball, they failed to evade ‘The Governess’ in the final chase and went home empty handed.
At least their efforts raised a few smiles in the name of charity.
An NCTJ Journalist with an MA in Sports Journalism, Kieron is an experienced social media journalist who has worked in the industry since 2015. His experience includes work with ITN, the MEN, WISH/WIRE/TOWER FM, and 8:50 Sports Digest… not forgetting his time at ASDA.