TV duo Ant and Dec have said Britain's got talent in the sporting arena this summer.
19 years after it was first released, 'Let's Get Ready to Rhumble' is tipped to top the charts this weekend.
Declan Donnelly made a rare appearance without Ant McPartlin today after his on-screen partner called in sick.
Geordie duo Ant and Dec have signed a new three-year deal to continue hosting their hit shows for ITV. They will continue to host another series of I'm A Celebrity .. Get Me Out Of Here!, as well as Britain's Got Talent and Saturday Night Takeaway.
It means they will have had an exclusive deal with the channel for 16 years by the time their new deal expires.
Ant and Dec have spoken of their excitement at signing a three year deal with ITV.
– Ant & Dec
"We are thrilled to be extending our relationship with ITV for a further three years. After 15 years at the network, we are still excited about continuing to make great shows for a great channel."
Geordie presenters Ant and Dec have signed a new three-year deal to continue hosting their hit ITV shows.
Ant and Dec are two of the biggest names in show business and they have been entertaining us for more than two decades.
The Geordie stars are taking one of their most popular shows, Saturday Night Takeaway, on tour.
They are coming home to the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on September 6 next year. They made the announcement on top of the O2 Arena in London this morning.
Adam Fowler climbed all the way up there to meet them.
Presenting duo Ant and Dec have announced they will take their Saturday Night Takeaway show on tour. The Geordies will make a stop in Newcastle.
Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly announced the news at a press conference at the 02 in Greenwich, southeast London.
Dec said: "We toured in Newcastle when we were PJ and Duncan in a past life and we rhumbled in the City Hall but we've never done the Arena so we're hugely excited about coming home."
Ant and Dec have been welcomed as patrons of the Children's' Heart Unit Foundation.
The charity, based at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, raises money for vital medical equipment and provides support to families.
North East-based entrepreneur Graham Wiley and former Newcastle United captain Alan Shearer are also patrons.
Their golf day yesterday raised £210,000.
Geordie TV hosts Ant and Dec have secured their first number one single today - 17 years after their chart career came to an end.
The duo prompted a download dash for their 1994 hit Let's Get Ready To Rhumble after performing the track on their Saturday Night Takeaway show last weekend.
Their re-entry into the singles chart went straight to number one, knocking The Saturdays' What About Us featuring Sean Paul off the top stop.
Presenters Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly say they will donate the profits to Childline.
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.
Presenting duo Ant and Dec are at number one on the Official Chart Update as their 1994 single “Let's Get Ready To Rhumble” enjoys an unexpected resurgence.
The song, released 19 years ago when they performed as PJ & Duncan, has been downloaded by thousands of fans following their performance on their prime-time ITV show, Saturday Night Takeaway, last weekend.