The Chase Celebrity Special: Meet tonight's celebrities

Who's facing The Chase tonight?

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The Chase Celebrity Specials are back tonight on ITV - but who are the celebrities this evening?

In this evening's brand new episode, Bradley Walsh hosts as four celebrities try to pit their brains against one of the country’s finest quiz brains.

Th four well known celebrities have to work together to try and win thousands of pounds for charity. But can they outwit the quiz genius known as The Chaser?

Who's on The Chase tonight?

Tonight is a soaps special. One Chaser is all that stands between Coronation Street stars, Simon Gregson, Victoria Ekanoye, Lucy Fallon and Andrew Whitman and thousands of pounds for their chosen charities.

Can they do it?

Find out how well they get on when The Chase Celebrity Special airs tonight at 7:00PM on ITV.

Next week's episode sees comedian Andi Osho, cricket legend Mark Ramprakash, Good Morning Britain’s Alex Beresford and Loose Women’s Jane Moore take on the challenge.

Meanwhile, The Chase's main series airs at 5PM weekdays on ITV.

Now in its eighth year and and having reached over 1000 episodes, The Chase has seen global success, with versions now being made in 11 countries.

In the UK, The Chase is regularly watched by over 3 million viewers each day and previously won a National Television Award for ‘Best Daytime Show’.

In each episode, four contestants first individually take part in a 'cash builder' round. They must answer a series of general knowledge questions to build up a pot of money.

However, they must attempt to get their tactics right as they face one of The Chasers, and make it back safe with the cash.

Those who don't get caught go into the final chase as a group, where they will then face the chaser once again for the chance to walk away with an equal share of the prize.

The Chasers are: Shaun Wallace (The Barrister), Mark Labbett (The Beast), Anne Hegerty (The Governess), Paul Sinha (The Sinnerman) and Jenny Ryan (The Vixen).

You can catch The Chase and catch up with past episodes on ITV Hub.

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