Bradley Walsh: “Being 50 just another day at the office”
He added that at 50, he doesn’t feel “any different” to how he felt at 18.
Speaking to the PA, he said, “I just turned 50 that was it, it was just another day, another day at the office. That was it.
“I don’t feel any different to how I did when I was 18.”
Bradley spent his birthday playing in a charity football match for Soccer Aid alongside pals Dominic Cooper, Damian Lewis and Robbie Williams.
And it seems his teammates wanted to make more of a fuss about his landmark birthday than Bradley himself did.
He said, “Do I pinch myself when Robbie Williams is singing me Happy Birthday? Yeah!
“I mean, it was really nice but I’ve known Robbie a lot of years.
“It was just the lads bought me a cake and sang me Happy Birthday.”
Bradley will return to our screens tonight with his new ITV game show, Odd One In.