Get ready for your sides to split all over again, with this highlights clip of Louis Walsh's I'm A Celebrity Get Out Of Me Ear!
Re-live the hilarious antics as Ant and Dec take control of King Louis as he shows a variety of unsuspecting painters and decorators around his house.
And the banana phone action didn't stop there - even Dannii Minogue got involved with this tweet:
This week we got a serious dose of epic-ness in our End of the Show Show, when Ant and Dec’s new mega band joined McBusted and Status Quo on stage for a rocking sing-off. Take a look at our pictures to see how this monumental union went down...
Aye carumba what a mad show! From detecting a criminal mastermind amongst our audience, to watching Ant and Dec manoeuvre their way through lasers, to an End of the Show Show finale featuring McBusted, Keith Lemon, Ashley Roberts, Bradley Walsh, David Dickinson and Status Quo (oh yes), here’s a look at our absolute favourite bits from episode three.
In another bobby dazzler of an Undercover, Alfie and Frank (Ant and Dec) come to blows over a not so cheap as chips classic car during David Dickinson's brand new show Long Lost Treasures.
Watch all of the action unfold as the Duke is pushed to the limits in this ultimate bit of car crash telly.
Throw down your dancing gauntlets it's only bloomin' Ant and Dec in a dance extravaganza with Diversity!
The boys trained for weeks to bring you yet another spectacular End of the Show Show, so here it is again in all its sparkly-dancey-glory.
Ant and Dec have been cooking up a storm of trouble over in Hollywood as they set their sights on pranking the scariest chef on television: Gordon Ramsay.
It's their most ambitious Undercover yet, so kick back, have a burrito and enjoy the Juan and Juan lock in with the furious chef.
"Why does your shop only sell old stuff?" is just one of the questions Jeremy Piven was faced with when the Littles ran riot on the set of Mr Selfridge.
Find out what happened in their shopping trip back in time as the little sailors conduct another belter of an interview with Katherine Kelly and the boss, Mr Selfridge.