The identity of Maskface who stole The Missing Crown Jewels on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway has finally been revealed - so who is it?
Beware: A spoiler follows!
In a British TV first, this year's Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway was broadcast live from Walt Disney Resort in Florida.
And the show saw the final instalment of Who Stole The Missing Crown Jewels as Maskface was unveiled as none other than Ant and Dec's former BFF from SMTV, Cat Deeley.
She revealed her plot was to become Queen after feeling overshadowed by Ant and Dec's success following SMTV.
After who Mask face was had been revealed, Ant and Dec found themselves surrounded by their henchmen.
And it seemed to only way to overpower them was by springing some killer moves, courtesy of their 90s pop aliases PJ and Duncan.
Before you could say Byker Grove, the boys went all retro and revived some all too familiar dance moves, as they Got Ready To Rumble the opposition and won back the crown jewels.
The final instalment also saw many references to SMTV live including its companion music show CD:UK and game Wonky Donkey.
After the revelation, Cat joined Ant and Dec live where they revealed plans to bring back SMTV next year for its 20th anniversary.
The final episode of 2017's Saturday Night Takeaway saw Ant and Dec, Stephen Mulhern and Scarlett Moffatt and hundreds of viewers live from Florida.
American actress Christina Ricci was the guest announcer for the special finale, as the show aired live to both viewers and thousands of other park guests.
Singalong Live was also back, this week with US pop sensation CeeLo Green, and it was back to the ‘Big Bang’ in the final challenge of Ant vs Dec.
The episode was the last for Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway's 2017 series but it will return in the Spring of 2018.