The Chase fans impressed by contestant's Scouse admission

Fans of The Chase were impressed by an admission made during Thursday's episode.

This week's fourth instalment of the popular ITV quiz show saw Bradley Walsh, as ever, welcome four new players to the studio.

Alvin originally from Blackburn, Liz from Farnham, Bairbre from Wetherby and Roy from Manchester, teamed up in the hopes of beating one of the nation's biggest brains and taking home some serious cash.

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Alvin, who is studying to be a doctor, was up first. Given his future profession, he said he wanted to be up against Paul Sinha, also known as The Sinnerman, but this wasn't to be.

After going up against The Vixen he made it back to the team with a potential £7,000 to play for, before it was Liz's turn to head to the podium. She told Bradley she makes fudge for a living.

When the presenter then asked what she does to relax, Liz said she was a music fan, adding: "Everything from Scouse Drill to Vivaldi". Bradley asked her to repeat herself as he said: "I'm sorry, did you just say 'Scouse Drill?"

Liz replied: "I have a teenager in the house so I'm bombarded with it." Scouse Drill is a type of rap performed by young Merseysiders, many of whom keep their identities hidden.

The confectioner's admission prompted many viewers to comment on X, formerly Twitter, as @pavarottishighc said: "Scouse drill? Lol" and Angie said: "Did not have Liz down as a Scouse Drill fan but fair play".

Joe said: "Did she just say Scouse Drill? Hahaha go ed" [sic]

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV and ITVX

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