The Chase fans gobsmacked as Sara Cox lookalike tries her luck against The Beast

The Chase fans gobsmacked as Sara Cox lookalike tries her luck against The Beast

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The Chase fans claimed to have spotted a 'Sara Cox lookalike' on Friday evening's episode..

Amongst the four contestants to go up against chaser Mark 'The Beast' Labbett on today's show (September 17) was 47-year-old general manger Emma from Essex.

As Emma was introduced, The Chase viewers took to social media to share their belief that Emma looked exactly like former Radio One DJ Sara Cox.

They also claimed another contestant was the spitting image of James Corden, but to a lesser degree.

One excited fan exclaimed: "Sara Cox in seat 3!"

Another wrote: "Emma = Sara Cox ?"

A third commented: "Isn't that Sarah Cox in seat 3?"

A fourth wrote: "Sara Cox lookalike klaxon."

A fifth sarcastically said: "Nice to see James Corden and Sara Cox on #TheChase this evening."

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