Ant and Dec are hopeful that Rafael Benitez will stay on as manager at Newcastle United next season.
The Geordie duo, who are lifelong Newcastle fans, believe the Spaniard is the right man to turn around the fortunes of the recently relegated Magpies.
Benitez had earlier claimed he would leave St James' Park if the club were relegated to the Championship but the Newcastle boss has since said a decision over his future could be made in the next few weeks.
Ant and Dec have been nominated for a Royal Television Society Programme Award.
The Geordie duo are up against Adam Hills of "The Last Leg" and Jack Whitehall of "A League Of Their Own" for the Entertainment Performance Award.
Alan Shearer is also nominated this year in the Sport Presenter or Commentator category.
The former Newcastle United player will do battle with Gary Neville and F1's David Coulthard.
Ant and Dec had a successful night at the TVChoice awards.
The pair collected prizes for best entertainment show for Saturday Night Takeaway, best reality show for I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! and best talent show for Britain's Got Talent - which they front both of.
Others winners at the ceremony were ITV's Broadchurch which won best drama series and lead actor, David Tennant, who won best actor for the second year in a row.
Sheridan Smith walked away with the best actress prize for her portrayal of the late singer and entertainer Cilla Black after starring in the ITV drama, Cilla.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini spent a day in Newcastle with Geordie TV presenters Ant and Dec. They visited a local dance school and reminisced about growing up in Toon. Some lucky fans had the chance to grab a photograph!
The Call My Name singer and former Girls Aloud favourite launches a chocolate bar with Greggs today to raise money for her charity Cheryl's Trust.
Newly crowned 2015 TV Choice award winners, Ant and Dec, have posted a photo on Twitter showing them outside Benwell Tower where CBBC series Byker Grove was filmed during its 17 year run.
The duo are in the North East filming a mystery TV project which could be linked to the 30th anniversary of CBBC.
This year also marks 25 years since the children's television series began.
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Dozens of stars from the showbiz world arrived in Newcastle today to see ITV star Declan Donnelly get married.
Dec was joined his by best friend and best man Ant McPartlin as he tied the knot with Ali Astall.
Watch the full report from our correspondent Frances Read:
Watched by dozens of cheering fans, ITV Stars And and Dec arrive at the church in Newcastle as Dec prepares to walk down the aisle.
Dec was driven to the church by his on-screen side kick, best friend - and of course best man - Ant McPartlin who jokingly revved the car's engine as his co-star stepped out to cheering fans.
The pair posed briefly for photographs; Dec looking relaxed and happy before making his way into the church.
Dec's older brother, who's a Priest, was waiting inside. He is marrying the couple in a particularly moving touch to their special day.
Shortly after, the bride arrived. Ali Astall, who's Dec's professional manager, stepped out of the bridal car and stunned the crowds in her beautiful, classic wedding dress, carrying a gorgeous bouquet.
She posed beneath the pretty flower arch before walking in to become Mrs Donnelly.
Stars at the ceremony in central Newcastle include Ben Shepherd, Rochelle and Marvin Humes, Keith Lemon, Fearne Cotton, Holly Willoughby, Phil Schofield and footballing legend Alan Shearer.