Jenny Ryan ‘furious’ following quavers delivery
Jenny Ryan, otherwise known as The Vixen on The Chase, shared her dismay after the ITV favourite revealed how she treated herself to a succulent meal at the weekend. The quizmaster explained that following her culinary triumph, she was left saddened as she didn’t have the opportunity to share it with anyone.
The 38-year-old was inundated with comments after she took to Twitter and shared her issue.
In view of her 88,700 followers, Jenny wrote: “Devastated. I cooked the most perfect steak of my life. Flawless. So proud. But nobody else was there to witness this technical marvel!
“And now, no evidence. All gone.”
Jenny had devoured her perfected meal and hadn’t captured the moment.
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She later tweeted: “No photos. I prefer my meals Hot and Unphotographed.”
Social media users flocked to comment on her post, as many people quizzed Jenny on her dish.
One wrote: “What next Jenny? Celebrity Masterchef?” two years ago after she took part in the BBC programme.
Jenny competed on the BBC cooking programme but missed out on a place in the final.
“I believe you, Jenny. It’s testament to how good it was that there is no evidence left,” another tweeted.
While a third person quipped: “Invite me next time, I’ll mark [the steak] out of 10.”
The Bolton-born quizmaster, who joined The Chase in 2015, recently addressed her time on the ITV spin-off show Beat The Chasers.
Jenny explained that both programmes are “enjoyable” but admitted the latter can be “tiring” for her.
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It comes after her co-stars Paul Sinha, Shaun Wallace, Mark Labbett and Anne Hegerty joined The Vixen to beat a brave contestant on Beat The Chasers.
Jenny explained: “They’re both enjoyable and they’re both very different.
“When we’re doing the daytime show, obviously all the pressure is on the one Chaser so you feel very focused.
“Whereas when we’re doing Beat the Chasers, the pressure is sort of divided between us all a little bit so we can take a little bit of slack for each other if we’re feeling tired.”
She added to Radio Times: “But it’s also quite exhausting because there’s five really big personalities up there.
“It gets quite tiring after a little while to be part of that and the relentless quizzing as well.
“But we know we make the best of it and the most important thing for us is that we’re all together.”
The Chase airs weekdays on ITV at 5pm.
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