There is an odd fascination to finding out what obscure knowledge celebrities have.
Do they know the price of milk? The capital of Australia? -It’s Canberra. Or the number Pi to 15 digits? -Please don’t make us try and answer that one.
Over the years the Chase has provided us with some memorable insights into celebrities’ knowledge.
Celebrities such as Channel 4 presenter Krishnan Guru-Murphy all the way through to children’s puppet Basil Brush have stood next to Bradley Walsh and taken on the Chaser.
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And you can expect Celebrity contestant Patrick Baladi to really give the Chaser a run for their money, particularly when it comes to Lily Allen trivia.
The Actor and musician was once in the band Grow Up, which was fronted by punk musician and actor Keith Allen.
We can therefore expect Keith will have shared a few details with Patrick about his daughter, singer Lily Allen, and son, actor Alfie Allen.
We will have to wait and see if Patrick is up to the challenge of beating the chaser but we’re confident he will stand a good chance.
The Line of Duty Star will surely be good at answering any questions involving the letter ‘H’.
The actor is also bound to have learnt a few odd facts during his time on the Office with Ricky Gervais.
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