Presenting duo Ant and Dec scooped three awards for their ITV shows at the TV Choice Awards.
TV hosts Ant and Dec are celebrating their first number one single - 17 years after their chart career came to an end.
ITV News Presenter Mark Austin presented a special news bulletin on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Geordie duo Ant and Dec will be the final castaways on this year's Desert Island Discs - the first time two guests have appeared together on the show in more than 25 years.
The pair, Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, are presenting ITV's I'm A Celebrity ...Get Me Out Of Here! and will be on the Radio 4 show on Sunday December 29.
The last time the studio hotseat was shared between two people was in 1987 when Spitting Image creators Fluck and Law were sent to the desert island together.
Ant and Dec, who first met when they worked as child actors on the BBC show Byker Grove, have gone on to host some of the country's most popular shows including Britain's Got Talent and Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.
When they appear on Desert Island Discs, they will choose two tracks each and four together and will be allowed a luxury item and a book each.
And and Dec are so close they accidentally bought each other the same games console for Christmas last year, it has emerged.
The Geordie duo, who became friends on the set of children's TV show Byker Grove, got each other the console which can be used to play games on the iPad after spotting it during a trip to New York.
Declan Donnelly explained: "I remember seeing it and thinking Ant would like that and I would like one myself.
"And we ended up buying it for each other. We did laugh a lot when we realised."
The pair are joining other stars including Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby to host ITV's Christmas charity show Text Santa next month.
R.I.P Eddie Braben. And thank you. X
What a great and lasting contribution Eddie Braben made to British comedy.
A survey has revealed that women prefer Dec over Ant.
54% of 4,000 women questioned in a survey said they preferred Dec to his TV presenter partner.
But Ant should not be too disheartened as more than three-quarters thought he would make the best friend, with 81 per cent preferring the idea of sharing a cup of tea and a chat with him.
They are back presenting Britain's Got Talent on ITV this Saturday night.
Thanks to you mental lot who downloaded the track. It's all down to you. We are no1! Still can't believe it! A #LetsgetreadytoRhumble
Ant and Dec, who are on course for their first number one single with “Let's Get Ready To Rhumble”, have revealed that they only performed the song “for a laugh” and to fill a gap on Saturday Night Takeaway.
The presenting pair told Daybreak the resurgence of the 1994 hit was “mad” and added that they “never expected it would be number one in the midweek charts”.
The duo told Daybreak that all the money received would go to the Childline charity.