The Chase viewers couldn't believe what they were seeing and hearing when a stunning Scottish lass stole the show tonight with her brains and beauty.

Victoria, 19, was dubbed a "very good for player for a 19-year-old" by the ITV show's host Bradley Walsh.

At the start of the show, Bradley asked the teen what her general knowledge is like and she humbly replied: "It's alright but it could be better."

Which turned out to be a very humble lie as the beauty knocked it out of the park with her knowledge.

The student from Edinburg, who is studying civil engineering, told Bradley how she has always liked maths and physics and in her spare time doesn't like to go out and party.

Victoria stole The Chase fans' hearts tonight with her brain and beauty

Instead she revealed she likes to play classical and jazz instruments and is keen to join a brass band.

Victoria, who played Chaser Shaun Wallace, earned £5,000 during her first round and was then offered a high offer of £40k from Shaun and a low offer of £1k but decided to go with £5k.

She beat The Chaser and took her £5,000 back to the team who sweetly greeted her by shaking her hand as she approached the panel.

As well as her clear quiz knowledge, viewers were also blown away by Victoria's good looks and dubbed her the "hottest contestant ever".

Bradley said the 19-year-old was 'very good for her age'

Taking to Twitter to share their compliments, one tweeted: "I am in love with Victoria already on #thechase."

A second wrote: "Hellooooooo, Victoria!" followed by over 20 love-struck emojis.

"I'd like to warm my cold feet on Victoria. #TheChase," said one fan.

It comes after fans at home were left not happy during yesterday's episode as contestant Paul decided to take the low offer from Mark "The Beast" Labbett.

Paul managed to answer four questions correctly during his cash builder round, earning a sound £4,000.

He was faced with a tough decision when it came to the head-to-head round with quizzer Mark.

Mark offered the player a chance to swap his £4,000 for a higher offer of £54,000 or a lower offer of minus £4,000.

After asking his team for advice, Paul decided to take the lower offer and the prize fund dropped from £20,000 to £16,000.