Mark Labbett, 54, has appeared on The Chase since the game show debuted in 2015 and has become a firm favourite amongst fans. The quizmaster has since slammed social media users who claim the show is fixed and said it’s simply not true.
It comes after some viewers have suggested the programme favours the professional quizzers with easier questions than the teams they're competing against.
However, Mark has responded calling the claims “rubbish” and added no official from Ofcom has ever investigated the show.
Speaking to the Daily Star, he said: "They write a lot of rubbish and it's often from accounts without any back name attached. It's so easy for J Bloggs with a blank profile picture to say it's a fix.
"But when you ask them to explain how they can’t.”
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The Chase star Mark Labbett hits back at claims show is fixed (Image: GETTY)
Mark Labbett is best known as The Beast on The Chase (Image: GETTY)
He added: “No-one has ever investigated it or put in a complaint to Ofcom. They make comments, but don't actually look into it."
His comments comes after it was recently reported the quizmaster was worried that a new chaser will be joining the ITV programme which may impact his screen time.
Mark is a part of the show alongside Jenny Ryan, Anne Hegerty, Paul Sinha and Shaun Wallace.
But he seemingly hasn’t taken the news too well because he claimed less screen time means less money for him.
Mark Labbett reportedly claimed a new Chaser will join the show (Image: GETTY)
Mark Labbett recently joined Carol Vorderman on BBC Radio Wales (Image: GETTY)
He also took aim at TV bosses who have