The Kings of Saturday Night TV are Back! And They Have a Clip of Their Next Undercover Victim | TM

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Get ready for more spectacular stunts, live surprises and some serious laughter! As Saturday Night Takeaway returns to our screens tomorrow night, we’re heading over to studio 1 to join everyone’s favourite Geordie duo, Ant and Dec, on their sofa to find out what the new series has in store.

Broadcast on 18/02/22

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In This Story: Ant and Dec

Ant and Dec are TV presenters who used to be in the Children’s television show, Byker Grove, set in Newcastle. Before presenting television, they released a pop track, called “Let’s Get Ready to Rumble.”

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