Anne Hegerty: The Chase star addresses VERY short GMB chat despite calling from Australia

GMB: Anne Hegerty discusses The Chase Australia

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Anne Hegerty, star of ITV’s The Chase, has made a very brief appearance on Good Morning Britain. The quizzer was on the programme via video link from Australia, however her chat was cut short after vaccine minister Nadhim Zahawi’s interview overran.

The Chaser spoke to hosts Susanna Reid and Adil Ray for a matter of moments before the programme ended.

They promised to invite The Chaser, who is also known as The Governess, back on the show later in the week.

One disappointed viewer took to social media after watching GMB.

“Good evening, @anne_hegerty! That was a short chat, #GMB!” the Twitter user wrote followed by a frustrated emoji.

“I know!” Anne replied, in view of her 151,500 followers.

“I hope to be back on again tomorrow, when hopefully the vaccine minister will not be talking unstoppably for 20 minutes!” she went on to add.

Anne’s co-star Darragh Ennis waded in on the exchange.

“Don’t these people know Beat the Chasers is more vital than vaccines!*

“*Sarcasm, nothing is more vital than vaccines,” he immediately clarified.

Anne is currently in quarantine in Australia, after travelling across the world to bring The Chase to new viewers.

She is confined to her hotel room in order to comply with coronavirus travel guidelines.

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Realising they were running out of time, Susanna introduced Anne and commented on the brief time slot available.

“We are going to talk to you now for a couple seconds and then later on in the week we’ll talk to you some more,” she remarked.

When asked how she was finding quarantine, the Chaser revealed that she quite liked it.

“It’s brilliant actually. I’m really loving it.”

Despite not being able to venture out and see the sights, Anne said: “I really like simply being in a room with nobody requiring me to do anything.

“I’m very very good at doing that,” she added.

“We are going to come back to you either tomorrow or Friday because we know you’re not going anywhere,” Susanna quipped at the end of the chat.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.

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