Amanda Holden gets pranked by Ant and Dec on Saturday Night Takeaway


Amanda Holden is the first victim of Ant and Dec's pranks on Saturday Night Takeaway.

Ant and Dec are back where they belong, as the kings of Saturday night entertainment return with a brand new series of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway this weekend.

Packed full of popular features like Undercover and I’m A Celebrity….Get Out Of Me Ear, as well as showbiz guests, exclusive performances, and outrageous live stunts.

The BAFTA and National Television Award winning series will also celebrate its milestone 100th episode, promising viewers even more surprises than ever before.

TV’s favourite duo are once again joined by on screen sidekicks Scarlett Moffatt and Stephen Mulhern for a high octane opening show that sees Kylie Minogue give the first performance of her new single, as well as stepping back in time to sing some of her biggest hits, in the legendary End of Show Show.

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Olly Murs takes the reigns as Guest Announcer, while the boys travel back through time in Ant vs Dec for a dare devil Monster Truck challenge and Scarlett Moffatt will be out in a mystery location looking to fill the front row of the studio audience.

In Saturday's opening episode, Amanda Holden falls victim of the first Undercover of the series, as Ant and Dec wreak havoc during a shopping segment on QVC, in their most nerve wracking hidden camera prank in the show’s history.

Plus, with the biggest Place on the Plane giveaway, Takeaway also gears up for its most exciting finale ever where Ant and Dec will be seeing out the series in style live from an undisclosed location, to be revealed in the first show of the series.

Meanwhile, more celebrities will be following Ant and Dec’s every instruction as they step forward to face I’m A Celebrity….Get Out Of Me Ear.


Stephen Mulhern’s pop up game show In For A Penny is also back, with Stephen taking to the streets of Britain offering anyone who has a penny in their pocket the chance to play for up to £1,000.

Other stars set for the show in future episodes include Rita Ora, Paloma Faith and George Ezra plus Alan Carr and The Script.

Saturday Night Takeaway airs Saturday night from 7PM on ITV.

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