The ITV presenter jokingly dragged actress Lucy Porter off the quiz at one point during Friday’s offer of the hit show.
The 48-year-old star was competing to earn money for charity when she got a happy little trigger with the buzzer during the star-studded episode.
The mum-of-two angered the host of The Chase by constantly pressing her buzzer before the 61-year-old presenter could finish reading all of the options in the multiple-choice questions.
In the repeat episode of 2017, Bradley asked famous faces, ‘Picasso at the Agile Rabbit’ is an award-winning play by which actor comedian? “
The BBC Radio 4 star opted for Steve Martin, saying: “He’s the one man I love more than you.
“I went with Steve Martin. “
“Did you press that button?” Asked the presenter of Chase.
“I’m telling you something now, I don’t care how much you love him more than me, you can’t press the button until I finish reading the question.” “
As the audience burst into laughter, Bradley warned, “Don’t come and try to run the show, we’re going to fall out my dear. “
“I’m the one saying what you put on, you don’t press the button until I finish the question.” “
At one point, the beloved host pulled the fame off the stage for a reprimand.
“I say what you put on!” I say what you put! Don’t come and try to run this show, ”he told her.
Restaurant critic Jay Rayner, Steve Davies and Krishnan Guru-Murthy also appeared on the special episode of the daytime quiz show.
Viewers were thrilled after the All-Star Team managed to overtake Anne Hegerty in the episode’s final chase and land a massive jackpot of £ 150,000 and up.
The celebrity specials also saw Gavin and Stacey star Mathew Horne leave Bradley stunned when he asked a different question while competing to raise money for charity.
The cheeky demand came as the 42-year-old ator racked up £ 7,000 in his cash generator, impressively opting for the high supply of £ 40,000.
“Which was the first London team to win the League and Cup double? Bradley asked the Nottinghamshire-born star.
With Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea as potential answers, the Bad Education star has chosen Chelsea as his choice.
However, in the episode that originally aired in December 2017, it was revealed that the correct answer was actually Tottenham Hotspur.
“Who are you supporting? Bradley asked the football fan.
A little embarrassed, he admitted: “Tottenham.
In an attempt to excuse his blunder, he complained: “It doesn’t say Premiership. “
Bradley hit back with, “Well it wasn’t the Premiership so it was just like the FA league, you know? “
“Well that could have been clearer,” replied Mathew.
“Actually, I think we should go back – I think I should have another one, because it’s not clear, is it?” he continued, as the audience laughed.
ITV The Chase continues to air every day of the week starting at 5 p.m. on ITV 1 and also on ITV Hub with episodes also available to catch up afterwards.