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Friday 18th October 2019

Corrie's Shelley King FLIRTS with Bradley Walsh on new episode of The Chase Celebrity Special

I say Shelley!

Viewers are thrilled that brand new episodes of The Chase Celebrity Special are airing on ITV on Saturday nights.

In tomorrow night's episode (Saturday September 21), which features an all-Coronation Street panel of contestants, actress Shelley King does something that takes Bradley Walsh by surprise.

Shelley was in flirtatious mood (Credit: ITV)

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Shelley, 63, who plays embattled Yasmeen Nazir on the soap, begins to flirt with Bradley before she begins her cash builder.

Host Bradley asks her if she's going to be involved in any big stories on the cobbles any time soon.

Shelley answers: "There are some very juicy things that are going to happen to me very soon."

How will Shelley get on? (Credit: ITV)

Bradley then asks her why she's "saying it like that?"

"I want to excite you," Shelley drawls.

I don't really care about them... it's you who I want to excite.

As the audience and the panel - including her Corrie colleagues Daniel Brocklebank, Kym Marsh and Jack P Shepherd - laugh, Shelley says: "I don't really care about them... it's you who I want to excite."

Poor old Bradley doesn't know where to look!

Find out how Shelley got on against the Chaser tomorrow night.

Paul is determined to continue (Credit: ITV)

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Meanwhile, The Chase's Paul Sinha has revealed how plans for his 50th birthday bash form part of his approach to battling Parkinson's.

The quiz master and stand-up comedian, 49, is set to celebrate the big five-oh in May next year and intends to mark the milestone by rocking out at a concert.

In an interview with iNews, Paul said he got the idea from Sky Sports' Dave Clark, who is also living with the disease.

Paul told the newspaper he is determined to keep on "living [his] life" and insisted his work as a stand-up can continue "as long as [his] brain is fine".

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