Not wanting to spoil what was to come, Shaun didn’t disclose the amount the contestant lost or their name, but by putting two and two together we might have identified who he was referring to…
Contestant Rahim appeared on the show on Sunday evening and he instantly captured the hearts of viewers and host Bradley Walsh.
The student decided to take on all five of the chasers at once for the jackpot prize of £100,000, only to be caught out at the last minute.
Commended for bravery, the youngster who revealed he had 13 GCSE’s, told Bradley: “I’m not losing anything and I got to meet you.”
Beat The Chasers returned with a vengeance last week, and the popular ITV show has already seen hopefuls walk away with some big money jackpots after taking on the stars of the original quiz show, The Chase. While the aim of the game is for the chasers to get the contestant to walk away empty handed, Shaun Wallace revealed there was a moment he was actually rooting for one of the players to win against them.