Geordie TV presenters Ant and Dec are going to have to invest in a bigger trophy cabinet! The pair have scooped yet another award. Saturday Night Takeaway, which now also features Scarlett Moffat from County Durham, was named Best Entertainment Show at the Royal Television Society Awards 2017.
Newcastle and England football legend Alan Shearer passed on his congratulations to Ant and Dec who picked up their OBEs at Buckingham Palace today.
Keen eyed social media users went into a mini-meltdown earlier at the unfamiliar sight of the Geordie duo stood in reverse order.
People receiving their awards were arranged in alphabetical order based on their surname, meaning Declan Donnelly was placed ahead of Ant McPartlin.
Something which also surprised Shearer, who had expected the TV presenters to collect their honours together.
ITV presenters Ant and Dec bag their fourth gong of the week by receiving OBEs at Buckingham Palace.Read the full story ›
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The new I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! promo will launch tomorrow night during The X Factor on ITV.
In the meantime, here's a video message from Ant & Dec:
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The new series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! starts next month on ITV.
The line-up announcement will be revealed closer to transmission.
There was more awards success for Ant and Dec last night at the TV Choice Awards.
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway's picked up the gong for Best Entertainment show.
I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, also fronted by the pair, picked up the ward for Best Reality Show.
Geordie TV presenters Ant and Dec have responded after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn failed to recognise a photograph of them during a television debate.
"Do you know who these two men are and which one is which?"
"I'll give you a clue - they're Geordie TV presenters"
Jeremy Corbyn apologised for not being able to name the popular duo. In response, Ant and Dec posted 'Who?' on Twitter along with a winking emoji.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn could not name famous ITV presenting duo Ant and Dec during a live programme today.Read the full story ›
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.