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Bradley Walsh reveals how terrorism affected his show

Digital Spy logo Digital Spy 14/06/2017 Nicola Agius
Bradley Walsh reveals effect terrorist attack had on his London Palladium show © ITV Bradley Walsh reveals effect terrorist attack had on his London Palladium show

Bradley Walsh opened up about the London terrorist attack on Good Morning Britain today (June 13).

Discussing how the tragedy, which killed eight people and injured 47, would take its toll on the capital, he admitted that he thought the public would avoid venturing into the city out of fear.

Commenting on his West End show, Tonight at the London Palladium, the Chase presenter revealed he was expecting there to be a lot of empty seats – but he couldn't have been more wrong.

"I think the resilience of Londoners is extraordinary," he told Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan.

"We had a show on the Monday at the Palladium and we were sure we'd be half a house down. But we were packed!

"Actually, we had to turn away about 400 people because we were so busy."

Bradley then praised Susanna and Piers for how they handled reporting on the recent terrorist attacks both in London and Manchester.

"I have to say on a serious note before we go any further, with what's been happening in this country, it's such a credit to you both how you wake up in the morning and deliver such bad news to the county," he said.

"The way you've handled everything – you've done a fantastic job."

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Bradley's new album Chasing Dreams has been an unprecedented success – and even sold more copies than Zayn Malik's debut record.

Although the stats may come as a surprise to some, the presenter explained why he thinks he's sold so many copies.

"Well, there are a lot of mums and nans out there wanting albums, I guess," he joked. "Those tunes are classics though. They'll never go out of fashion.

"I started out a Bluecoat at Pontins. If someone had told me that one day I'd be selling out the London Palladium and selling more albums than Zayn Malik, I could never have believed them. It's crazy!"

Good Morning Britain is on ITV, weekdays at 6am.

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