The Chase fans in hysterics after contestant gets music question seriously wrong

THE Chase fans were left in hysterics after a contestant got a music question seriously wrong during tonight’s episode.

Friday’s instalment of the ITV game show saw four newbies take on Darragh Ennis AKA The Menace.

The Chase viewers were left lost for words when one player got a music question VERY wrong

GettyThe contestant thought that the answer to the question was Swedish House Mafia[/caption]

GettyWhen in fact it was ABBA[/caption]

Ryan, Angie, Cassie and Hendrik joined forces to try and take the Chaser down.

Second up was civil servant Cassie – who left fans in shock with one particular answer to a question in the first round.

Host Bradley Walsh asked: “In 2021 which Swedish group had the UK’s biggest selling vinyl album?”

A baffled Cassie replied: “Erm… Swedish House Mafia.”

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Bradley simply replied: “ABBA.”

Viewers flocked to Twitter to share their confusion over Cassie’s answer.

One said: “SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA #Thechase,” with a video of a man giggling away tohimself.

Another added: “Swedish House mafia,” with two laughing face emojis.


A third shared a picture of the popular group with the caption: “Swedish House Mafia, everyone,” and an eyeball roll emoji.

Swedish super group ABBA formed in 1972 and were around for 10 years before they decided to go their separate ways.

They have sold over 380million albums and singles worldwide and were the first group from a non-English speaking country to have consistent success in English-speaking countries.

The band was named with the first initial of each band members name: Agnetha FältskogBjörn UlvaeusBenny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad.

They won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974 with their smash hit Waterloo before enjoying worldwide success.

The band never formally announced a split but stopped performing together in 1982 to focus on their solo careers.

Except for a TV appearance in 1986, they did not appear publicly together until 2008, when they reunited at the Swedish premiere of the Mamma Mia! movie.

The quartet confirmed they were launching a show called ABBA Voyage in August 2021, featuring “ABBA-tars” of their younger selves beaming on stage while performing their classic hits.

Meanwhile Swedish House Mafia – made up of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso – is a Swedish house music super group.

They shot to fame in 2008, but decided to take a break in 2013.

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The group made an epic return in 2018.

Their public songs include Don’t You Worry Child, Save The World, Heaven Takes You Home, and Redlight.

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