Blankety Blank takes raunchy turn as Bradley Walsh offers guests a LAP DANCE as winning prize

BRADLEY Walsh made an embarrassing blunder that turned Blankety Blank a bit raunchy.

The veteran TV presenter made a rare fumble that left him red-faced and promising a very sexy grand prize.

Bradley told contestants what was on offer in terms of prizes, including a set of DJ decks.

As he did a hilarious impression of someone DJing at the decks, he then followed up on the complete prize.

"DJ decks in a super match case complete with a sound system and lap dance… I mean laptop sorry not lap dance, a laptop for mixing," he quickly corrected himselfs.

Celeb players, Lady Leeshur and Tamsin Outhwaite, along with the competitors and studio audience burst into laughter at the gaffe.

Fans watching at home also loved the moment and praise Bradley's comedy.

"Bradley Walsh is mint #BlanketyBlank," wrote one fan on Twitter.

Another added:  "I’ve said it once I’ll say it again #BlanketyBlank is hilarious and can I also say how hilarious is Bradley Walsh."

And a third commented: "The thing thats saving this is Bradley Walsh #blanketyblank."

Blankety Blank made a comeback following on from its Christmas special in 2020.

The rebooted instalment premiered this month after first airing on BBC1 from January, 18, 1979 to March 12, 1990.

Bradley's return to Blankety Blanks has not helped him being knocked off as TV's top earner.

That gong goes to comedian Jack Whitehall who beat Bradley earnings for two years running.

His total assets of £14.6million last year also beat The Chase host’s £12.5million, Companies House records show.

Jack earned another £1.6million, compared to Bradley’s £840,000.

And as a father and son double act, Jack and his agent dad, Michael, have also now overtaken Bradley and his TV sidekick son, Barney.

Last night a source said: “Jack is at the top of his game.

“With a top agent for a dad, and an amazing contacts’ book of his own, he’s incredibly shrewd.

“Jack’s very hands-on with all his deals, as well as his shows and performances. “More importantly, he’s also a top lad away from the big screen, and absolutely no-one can resent him this success.”

Jack, who raked in another £1.6mn on top of his £7.5mn Netflix deal the previous year, is now worth more than most of the country’s top daytime stars including Holly Willoughby, Phillip Schofield and Lorraine Kelly.

He has amassed his fortune thanks to sell-out stand-up shows, a Disney blockbuster, films and hosting panel shows.

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