Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly were forced to restart a segment on Saturday Night Takeaway, during an ITV show experiencing technical problems.
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnely were forced to fix an awkward bug in the latest season of Saturday Night Takeaway, in a show that also saw a segment restart.
The Geordie duo, both 46, falsely told a family they had won a free holiday during a popular segment on the ITV show after the pair were absent from screens last weekend. to cover the Six Nations.
During the ‘Happiest Minute of the Week’ segment of the weekend show, Ant and Dec happily handed out holiday tickets to viewers and viewers at home.
But when they tried to surprise a couple, video footage of another very confused family was broadcast to viewers at home and to the live crowd.
Dec said: “Wait in Lancashire because we’re coming for you Robert and Donna Rowland,” before a man and woman with two young children were shown.
Dec continued as he tried to cover his embarrassment: “Now his son, Adam and his wife Sarah are in the armed forces and deployed around the world.
“So you always step in to take care of your niece Penny. We think you’re amazing and you deserve a productive getaway. ”
Later on in the show, Ant and Dec are forced to restart Saturday Night Takeaway procedures during the Read My Lips segment.
Guest announcer and Line Of Duty star Anna Maxwell Martin was tasked with reading people’s lips, but in a major technical error, a woman gave the wrong list for Anna to guess.
Instead of saying the names of the TV shows, the woman started trying to say the words nachos and biryani – because then it happened that she had been mistakenly given the list and not a TV show.
The whole thing sent fans at home and those in the studio into a frenzy as they joked about non-existent TV shows called ‘Nachos’ and ‘Biryani’, calling them a “good watch.” “.
Ant and Dec yelled to stop the game after realizing the mistake, but Anna couldn’t hear because she was wearing headphones and there was a delay in the live video call from the guest.
Meanwhile on the show, Stephen Mulhern made his highly anticipated return after he was absent from previous shows due to a mysterious illness.
The presenter, 44, dressed as Star Wars’ Darth Vader as he entered a massive portal before settling for his notable vacancy.
Then, giving up his personality, he said, “No seriously, I’m not feeling very well, so thank you for all your lovely messages. You know what? Forget it. all of that now because the show has to go on!”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/ant-dec-give-saturday-night-26566301 Ant and Dec offers a Saturday Night Takeaway vacation to the family who missed it