The Chase Bradley Walsh left in hysterics at ‘Kimberley’s big hole’ question
The Chase 's Bradley Walsh was left in fits of giggles during Monday's episode as he read out a question about "Kimberley's big hole".
Television presenter Bradley, 60, struggled to keep it together as he went into hysterics when he read the innuendo.
He said through giggles: "What gemstones are mined in Kimberley's Big Hole?"
"Poor old Kimberley is all I can say," Bradley added while laughing.
Anne "The Governess" Hegerty was also smirking as Walsh's laughing fit continued, while contestant Nikki attempted to answer.
She answered "diamonds", which was in fact correct.
Kimberley's "Big Hole" is one of the world's largest diamond mines.
Situated in Kimberley, South Africa, it is so large it is visible from space.
Sadly, contestant Nikki failed to make it through to the final chase against chaser Anne Hegerty.
Contestants Alan and Sasha were the only two players to make it through to the show final.
They were playing for £2000 between them, but only managed to gain an 11 step lead against Anne.
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