A new series of Beat The Chasers continued on Tuesday evening, and it certainly wasn't boring.

Bradley Walsh was back to host the popular ITV show which sees players attempt to win huge amounts of money by going up against various stars of The Chase.

Viewers of the show are well aware that things often get tense on the show, and as a result, slip ups can be made.

Tuesday night's faux pas was courtesy of 60-year-old Bradley, who accidentally turned the air blue whilst speaking too fast.

Asking the chasers a question about the space film Gravity - which stars Hollywood A-listers George Clooney and Sandra Bullock in the title roles - Bradley accidentally said "b*****k" instead.

Bradley Walsh accidentally swore during Tuesday's episode of Beat The Chasers
Bradley Walsh accidentally swore during Tuesday's episode of Beat The Chasers

Viewers watching at home thought Bradley's blunder was hilarious, and took to Twitter to comment.

"He did say Sandra B*****k, right? #BeatTheChasers," one person asked.

Another tweeted: "Did Bradley really just say ‘Sandra B*****k’ #BeatTheChasers," along with a series of laughing emojis.

"Sandra B*****k?? #BeatTheChasers," a third person posted.

Elsewhere on Tuesday's show, viewers saw a familiar face as a previous contestant returned to try her luck again.

Even Chaser Mark Labbett cringed as Bradley pronounced Sandra Bullock's name incorrectly
Even Chaser Mark Labbett cringed as Bradley pronounced Sandra Bullock's name incorrectly

Claire, a self-employed secretary, revealed that she'd actually been on The Chase before and played The Vixen, aka Jenny Ryan.

Viewers said it was unfair, saying Claire had "had her turn" and shouldn't have been allowed to come back again.

The contestant explained that she had won £5,000 in her cashbuilder on The Chase, won her round against Jenny, but her team failed to get through the final chase round.

Some viewers were not impressed when player Claire revealed that she had been on the ITV show once before
Some viewers were not impressed when player Claire revealed that she had been on the ITV show once before

In her second appearance on the ITV show, Claire managed to perform well in the first round and won £2,000.

She took the middle offer to play for £10,000 in 42 seconds in the Chaser round against Jenny, The Dark Destroyer Shaun Wallace and The Beast Mark Labbett.

Claire managed to beat them with nine seconds left and Shaun said it was "redemption" against Jenny as he gave Claire thumbs up.

Beat The Chasers continues weekdays at 9pm on ITV.