Published: Wed, January 23, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Drew Collins

Ant And Dec Share 'Britain's Got Talent' Selfie After 10 Months Apart

Ant And Dec Share 'Britain's Got Talent' Selfie After 10 Months Apart

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are back working together the first time in nearly a year at the first Britain's Got Talent auditions for the new series.

Filming began today on the 13th series of ITV's Britain's Got Talent with judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams and presenters Ant and December.

The judges are back, the buzzers are back. and someone else is back.

Asked if was pleased McPartlin and Declan Donnelly were working together again, he said: "Of course, I've missed them. I mean even though Dec was brilliant, it still wasn't the same", the music mogul said.

Friday, January 18 saw Britain's Got Talent 2019 auditions begin shooting at the London Palladium, which is exactly on schedule.

They went on to create their singing act "PJ & Duncan" and by 1995 were hosting their own show, The Ant & Dec Show. So on behalf of all of us, welcome back, we're family.


The 43-year-old presenter, who stepped away from his TV roles last March after a drink-driving arrest, smiled alongside his presenting partner as they arrived for the first day of auditions for the new series.

Prior to the show, the Geordie duo teased fans with a selfie on Twitter along with the comment: "The boys are back in town".

Britain's Got Talent is expected to return to ITV this spring. Two months later he crashed his Mini Cooper while driving more than two times over the legal drink-driving limit.

Following McPartlin's drink-driving charge, he was banned from driving for 20 months and fined £86,000. Get Me Out of Here! took place without him too, with Dec flying out to Australia to present the show with Holly Willoughby in Ant's place.

Lisa was employed as senior makeup artist for over a decade on Britain's Got Talent and today is the first BGT audition in 12 years that she hasn't been part of the show, .

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