Mark, 51 – who is a Chaser on the ITV game show alongside Shaun Wallace, Anne Hegerty, Paul Sinha and Jenny Ryan – said that the team would love to take part on the BBC show, but only if bosses gave them the thumbs up.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Mark said: "All the Chasers would love to appear on Pointless Celebrities. We are quizzers, we love to play.
"Probably the best chance of that happening is if we appear with some of the eggheads in a 'Professional' special but that is only going to happen if the powers that be agree to it.
"The ratings would be immense though. If nothing else people would finally see who is taller out of Richard [Osman] and me…he is by about an inch."
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Mark 'The Beast' Labbett said he'd 'love' to do Pointless Celebrities
Mark said he'd have to get the bosses' permission first
All the Chasers would love to appear on Pointless Celebrities. We are quizzers, we love to play.
Mark 'The Beast' Labbett
Mark added of the shows' rivalry: "The Chase and Pointless have been rivals for most of a decade now. Sometimes Pointless is on top, but at the moment we have a slight edge.
"Our sister show Tipping Point is doing fantastically well and gives us a great initial audience which really helps.
"In my opinion Tipping Point is the most underrated show on TV, effectively it killed off Deal or No Deal if you look at the viewing figures over the years."
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The Beast’s latest comments come after he famously stormed off set in December when he lost a game and the star – who previously bagged £32,000 on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, as well as starring on numerous other shows – said that any of the other Chasers would have acted in the same way.
He explained of the incident: “I am the best in the world at what I do [over 300 wins worldwide], it's a big boast but it spurs me to try and be the best I can.
“You need a bit of swagger and confidence when you are facing four players with a head start on your own. As for bashing the set, I am staggered at the response. For me this is my sport and any sportsperson would completely understand my behaviour.”
The Chase continues today at 5pm on ITV.