The Chase 's Bradley Walsh seems to have a favourite catchphrase on the ITV show, and viewers have caught on.

Four new hopefuls appeared on Tuesday's episode hoping to win a cash prize and beat chaser Jenny Ryan.

During the show, viewers spotted that beloved presenter Bradley Walsh said "all day long" numerous times when he believed a contestant had chosen the correct answer.

Fans took to Twitter, pointing out another of Bradley's favourite phrases on top of "got to be" and "you're a better player than that".

One wrote: "All day long, all day long, all day long, all day long, all day long, all day long, alllll dayyyyyy loooonnnngggggggg! [sic]"

While another penned: "Was that all day long again?!"

A third added: "All day long klaxon".

"Did he just "All day long" Bradley?," typed a fourth viewer.

Contestant Caroline was the only player to be caught in her round against chaser Jenny Ryan, which left Will, Sarah and Adam in the final chase.

The trio managed to gain a respectable 20 step lead against Jenny, known on the show as The Vixen, during their nail-biting final.

Despite their best efforts, The Vixen was just too good and managed to beat them with eight seconds to spare.

During Monday's episode of The Chase, presenter Bradley and contestant Debbie were left completely gobsmacked over one of the questions.

Bradley asked Debbie and Mark "The Beast" Labbett: "When said out loud the vowels in which singer's name sound like a repeated line in Old MacDonald Had A Farm?"

The options given in the multiple choice questions were: "Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez or Celine Dion."

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Debbie appeared totally baffled at the question, while Bradley fumed: "What a stupid question!"

The player remarked: "You need a new question writer!"

"I sometimes say The Chase has better questions than Mastermind… not here", exclaimed The Beast.

Debbie managed to answer the perplexing question correctly, as Bradley Celine Dion was the right answer.

Labbett explained that he vowels in the name Celine Dion spell "E,I,E,I,O," like that in the popular nursery rhyme.

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV.

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