The Chase's Bradley Walsh leaves fans gobsmacked as he jumps onstage at pub and sings karaoke

THE Chase's Bradley Walsh stunned fans by jumping on stage and singing karaoke at a pub in Kent.

The star, who released a hit debut album in 2017, surprised customers at his local boozer during a break from filming ITV show The Larkins.

The 62-year-old delighted drinkers at The Bishop's Finger by joining in the live band on stage and singing tracks by Amy Winehouse and Stevie Wonder.

The presenter and actor belted out Amy's version of Valerie, and Stevie's hit Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m Yours, with Fusion singers Kelly Richardson and Victoria Reed.

"What a genuinely lovely man and so friendly," Kelly said.

"Bradley and his group were in the pub when we arrived, but we asked for a selfie and were more than happy with that.

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"He came over and said they had to leave but would be back later.

"He returned with the some of the film crew and was asking us to sing some tunes."

She added to MailOnline: "He was dancing and thoroughly enjoyed himself and the pub was packed.

"It’s not every day we get to sing with a star and especially a guy as nice as Bradley."

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Bradley and Joanna Scanlan play Ma and Pop Larkin in Darling Buds of May adaptation The Larkins.

The Larkins follows the lives of a working class family as they go about their lives in a small village in rural Kent.

Although the Larkins are kind people who are always trying their best, they're constantly met with challenges from nosy neighbours and snobby authorities.

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Much of the novel and original show focused on Mariette Larkin, one of the daughters, who gets caught in a love triangle.

Mariette is caught between Charley, an accountant new to the village, who has been sent there to investigate her family's tax affairs, and the mysterious Tom Fisher.

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