The Chase’s Anne Hegerty wows fans as she dons plunging dress for Christmas show

The Chase treated ITV viewers on Christmas Day by airing a celebrity edition of the popular game show.

Host Bradley Walsh welcomed Sunday Brunch host Tim Lovejoy, broadcaster Kay Burley, former footballer Eniola Aluko and comedian Richard Herring to the show on Friday.

The cheeky presenter was eager to see them get through to the final with some money in-hand for their chosen charities.

Due to the episode being a festive special, each famous face got to take on a different Chaser.

In yet another twist, the quizzer were all dressed up as famous portraits such as Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe, Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Holbein’s Henry VIII, Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring and Frans Hals’ The Laughing Cavalier.

Tim was the first celebrity contestant to take on the tough quiz show and he scored a sound £4,000 in his cash builder.

He later found out that he'd be facing fan favourite Anne Hegerty, otherwise known as the Governess.

Anne certainly dressed to impress for the special edition of The Chase and donned a plunging white dress as she transformed into sex symbol Marilyn Monroe.

The former I'm A Celebrity contestant channeled her inner Marilyn by wearing a blonde wig and oozed glamour as she added some extravagant makeup to her natural beauty.

Anne's latest look didn't go unnoticed by viewers at home who were left mesmerised by her transformation.

Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Anne as Marilyn" alongside a series of clapping hands emojis.

Another added: "Anne Hegerty is looking like a bit of a sort tonight on The Chase."

A third person posted: "How fab does Anne look?"

The Marilyn Diptych is a silkscreen painting by American pop artist Andy Warhol depicting Marilyn Monroe.

The piece is one of the artist's most noted works. It is in the collection of the Tate.

Despite a strong start, Tim didn't manage to beat Anne and was the first contestant to be sent packing.

The Chase airs weekdays on ITV at 6pm

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