Bradley Walsh’s ‘sexy’ new haircut wows viewers as Beat The Chasers returns

ITV's Beat The Chasers returned with mixed results for the contestants who took part. Egyptology student Ness, OB/GYN consultant Gans, Lapland enthusiast Pamela and radio producer Paul all went home empty handed.

But cat loving pensioner Robyn beat the chasers and was delighted to win a whopping £40, 000 prize.

However, it was popular host Bradley Walsh's new look which really had fans talking.

"Bradley's hair. I am in lust," swooned one viewer.

Another wrote: "Can tell brad’s been away, his hair has gone so light #BeatTheChasers"

Newsreader and former Celebrity Big Brother housemate India Willoughby said: "Brad looking good tonight! #BeatTheChasers"

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Another tweeter agreed, writing: #BeatTheChasers Bradley gets more sexier every time I see him!"

Quiz fans were buzzing to see Bradley return for the new series along with Jenny `The Vixen' Ryan, Anne`The Governess' Hegerty, Shaun `The Dark Destroyer' Wallace, Mark `The Beast' Labbett and Darragh `The Menace' Ennis.

Paul 'The Sinnerman' Sinha had not been on the last series of the ITV programme due to illness.

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Earlier this year Bradley, 61, revealed that viewers aren't aware of a medical condition that he struggles with.

Some viewers of the trivia show don’t understand why his face can look puffy on air.

In an interview on This Morning, he said: “People don’t realise I have seriously bad blepharitis.

“I have to take one pill a day for it or I really struggle. I am going to need my eyes operated on at some point to sort it out.

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“So many times, people have commented on how I look. But they don’t realise. If I take medication though, I’m fine.”

Prior to this, Bradley previously opened up about his condition on This Morning in 2017 with hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes.

He told the couple that blepharitis causes red, swollen, itchy eyelids and flakes or crusts at the base of the eyelashes.

While blepharitis isn’t life-threatening, it can often lead to dry eyes, cysts and conjunctivitis.

Though it can normally be treated by washing your eyelids every day.

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