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Ant and Dec’s Savage Digging at Boris and Seriously Dance Nominated for BAFTA Best TV Moment

Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly’s brutal dig at Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice’s stunning dance were nominated for a TV BAFTA award at this year’s awards ceremony

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I’m A Celeb: Ant and Dec taunts Boris Johnson at party

Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly’s savage dig into Boris Johnson on I’m A Celebrity earned them a TV BAFTA nomination.

The duo did a string of fun digging at the Prime Minister’s expense during last year’s hit ITV series – which was held in Wales instead of Australia for two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic – and the pair are now At humor the satire saw them listed for a nod in a must-see moment on TV in 2021 ahead of this year’s TV’s BAFTA.

Six huge TV moments from last year were listed in the public-voted category.







Ant and Dec doubled down on their barbaric criticism of PM!
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Ant and Dec’s peaches at Boris – where they are scheduled to PM for his lockdown parties – have been praised by fans of the show, who love secret parties, cheese and wine.

When camp leadership changes in one episode, the duo perform a savage dig at PM. “And that means David’s reign is over. But they don’t celebrate. They categorically reject any suggestion that they throw a party. And this fictional party is certainly unrelated to this. cheese and wine, or a secret Santa,” Ant said. laughter broke out in the studio.

Elsewhere, Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice’s beautiful ‘silent’ dance earned them a nomination in this year’s category. During their performance with Symphony by Clean Bandit, the music stopped midway as the pair danced in silence to raise awareness about the deaf community and their experiences.







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Out of a peculiar habit, Giovanni describes it as “a moment that will remain in his heart forever”.

Pop star Adele is accustomed to countless accolades, but her ITV show, An Audience with Adele, also won the nod this year when she reunites with her school teacher on the show for the first time in more than a decade.

The sweet moment came after Emma Thompson asked Adele if anyone had inspired her at school, to which she replied: “Yes, I had a teacher in Chestnut Grove who taught me English. It was Ms. McDonald. She left when I was in 8th grade.” It’s only been a year, but she really brought me to literature. I’ve always been obsessed with English and obviously now I write lyrics. “






Adele reunites with her teacher

Colin’s devastating AIDS diagnosis in It’s A Sin also received a nomination. The TV series – created by Russell T Davies – is cataloged for the specific scene in which Colin (played by Callum Scott Howells) is making a diagnosis while in the hospital, with Jill and Ash at his side. The family then decided to move to London so that he could receive treatment.

It was A Sin that was widely praised by critics, and it also led to a spike in HIV testing.

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK also received a nomination, specifically for Bimini Bon Boulash, who returned to the show after a lockdown forced the show to halt.







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As part of the RuRuVision Song Contest, Bimini was nominated for their verse in the UK Hun? track of The United Kingdolls.

The final nomination was given to Squid Game’s Red Light, Green Light, which went viral after the Netflix show became an overnight hit. This is a traditional Korean children’s game, but in this very special edition for the popular show, it is no longer a harmless game to be played between friends, but instead – If you lose, you will die!

* You can vote for the must-see TV moment of 2021 first click this link.

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