The Chase viewers swoon over 'handsome' Mark Labbett after incredible 10 stone weight loss | The Sun

THE Chase star Mark Labbett has left fans speechless with his incredible weight loss.

The quiz master, 57, had fans stunned as he showed off his amazing transformation during yesterday’s installment of the ITV show.


Mark had previously revealed on his Instagram account that he shed a whopping 10-stone and dropped three suit sizes.

As he appeared on The Chase, which is presented by Bradley Walsh, he had fans gushing over him.

“Isn’t Mark looking handsome today? #TheChase,” said one viewer.

Another added: “He’s just a good looking guy.”

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A third fan said Mark’s weight loss made him look “ten years younger”.

During the episode, Mark ‘The Beast’ was in top form as he proved the contestants were no match to his general knowledge skills.

Viewers were introduced to Fiona, Amitabh, Derek and Becky who were all hoping to win some cash.

Over the years, the chaser’s personal life and weight loss journey have been a hot topic of conversation for many fans of the quiz show. 

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He had just split with his wife Katie and used the time apart to focus on his health. 

While on Loose Women he revealed that he’d cut carbs from his diet and lost ten stone as a result.

“I’ve been around 26 stone up until lockdown, and then a few things happened quite nicely and came together and I started losing weight,” Mark explained.

In terms of exercise, chasing a toddler around all day seemed to do the trick.

He said: “The principle thing is running around after a hyperactive toddler when nurseries have been shut. How do you keep up with them?

“I found at the end of the evening instead of going to the fridge for late night snacking, all I could do was collapse on the bed.”

The Chase airs on weekdays on ITV at 5pm.

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