Ant & Dec set up Bradley Walsh - again

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Final weekend the present went on as regular together with an viewers, with Ant and Dec making a gift of prizes within the London studio.

The hosts and ITV made the decision to remove the audience from the studio for the rest of the series, amid the coronavirus pandemic. "Maybe we couldn't do another one, we don't know that yet".

Dec said to Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes this morning Friday: "It's going to be odd, it's going to be different. We will continue to monitor the situation and announce a new date for these shows, which were due on air on the 28th March and 4th April, in due course".

"We've obtained some surprises as nicely, we're simply gonna see the way it goes and strive and convey some smiles to individuals's faces".

The presenting duo are asking viewers to send in clips of them dancing to be played on screen.

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YoungMinds chief exec Emma Thomas said: "The next few weeks are going to be a challenging time for millions of people across the country, and it's really important that we keep supporting each other and reaching out to those who might be struggling to cope".

There will even be a section of pre-recorded mini sequence Males In Brown that includes cameos from the likes of Simon Cowell, Paddy McGuinness, Susanna Reid and Amanda Holden.

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have insisted that they won't be using canned laughter for their first Saturday Night Takeaway without a live audience. Our precedence is safeguarding the well-being of everybody concerned.

Confirming the Bradley Walsh prank can be airing this Saturday night time on This Morning, Ant and Dec stated: "We bought him 15 years in the past and he was the angriest superstar and stormed off and would not discuss to us".

"We are in a developing and dynamic situation so we're complying with the guidance from Public Health England and the World Health Organisation to make sure we keep everyone as safe and secure as possible", Carolyn McCall, ITV's CEO, said in a statement.

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