Emmerdale’s Adam Thomas conceded he “doesn’t have the foggiest idea why he left the darling ITV cleanser following eight years in the Yorkshire Dales.
On Saturday’s visit to The Chase studio, Bradley Walsh invited a large number of four new hopefuls onto the show – however this time there was a big name curve.
The previous Coronation Street star presented Brendan Cole, Naga Munchetty, Amanda Byram and Adam Thomas onto the show trying to fund-raise for their picked foundation.
Furthermore, the show started off in great shape when the Total Wipeout star figured out how to add £5,000 to the joint bonanza in the wake of beating Mark ‘The Beast’ Labbett in the serious balanced round.
However, the show immediately went to bedlam when the cleanser star attempted to accurately address one inquiry in the high-pressure easing up round.
It was right now that the TV star admitted he “didn’t have the foggiest idea why he left” Emmerdale following eight years assuming the part of Adam Barton.
Bradders spouted: “It’s a joy having you. Presently you [were on] Emmerdale for eight, nine, 10 years?”
Adam admitted: “[I was on there for] Eight, nine years – the greatest long periods of my life. I don’t have the foggiest idea why I left!
“It was astounding. Extraordinary individuals, incredible show. [It was] Amazing, mind boggling.”
Since he left the show, the TV star uncovered that he has since proceeded to open a delectable café in the core of Stockport, Manchester.
Notwithstanding, the entertainer conceded on the show that he doesn’t understand anything about running a restaurant.
Adam admitted to the gameshow have that he has “no thought what he’s doing” working in the café business however made sense of that he’s “having a great time in any case.”
Tragically the Northern fellow’s noteworthy acting abilities didn’t match his overall information and he was the main contender to be booted from The Chase.