Little Ant and Dec's top moments of the series

They might be little but we've got BIG love for them. We are, of course, talking about the pint-sized versions of Ant and Dec.

Whether they've been off interviewing international superstars or causing mayhem in the studio, they always do it with perfect charm, making us go 'awwwwwwwww'.

Here are just a few of our fave lil moments from the series...

1. Who could forget Big Star's Little Star sausage-gate? Brilliant.

2. Supercomputer takeover! In the first show of the series, the boys emerged from the inner workings of our mechanical master.

3. Oh hello there! The boys got a bit posh with the Earl of Grantham (aka Hugh Bonnerville) but only after they kicked a football through one of Downton Abbey's window. Oops.

Get Out Of Me Ear LIVE… Louis Walsh

We’ve already seen Ant and Dec acting as Louis Walsh’s puppet master via an earpiece before, but this time it’s LIVE!

And take a look below at what people said as our X Factor judge had a VERY strange encounter in the Saturday Night Takeaway Green Room...

Ant and Dec and Me!

We knew you loved Saturday Night Takeaway, and we asked you to prove it during our 2015 series! You didn't disappoint...

Here's a selection of your selfies with Ant and Dec on the TV in the background - these are your #AntandDecandMe pics!

The Littles meet Wayne Rooney TONIGHT!

Another week, another star chats to Little Ant and Dec! For their final interview of the series, the mischievous pair head to the football pitch with Manchester United and England Captain "ROONEEYY, ROONEEYY!".

We've got a sneak peek from Saturday's interview to whet your appetite for the final show (you lucky people!), so sit back and enjoy some classic one-liners from our resident mischief-makers...

Get Out Of Me Ear… The very best bits

Is there anything funnier than Ant and Dec getting in a celebrity's ear? We think not. The big live stunt will be the cherry on the cake later tonight - amazing stuff. If we've got you hooked on Get Out Of Me Ear though and you now don't know what to do with the series concluding, check out these highlights...

1. When Louis Walsh invited some painter/decorators over...

2. When Richard Madeley briefed some photographers on a calendar shoot. Two words: Full. Frontal.