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Ant and Dec aim swipe at Novak Djokovic's Australian visa row after I'm A Celebrity issues

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, both 46, poked fun at tennis player Novak Djokovic today as they discussed their show’s possible return to the jungle.Their comments come as Djokovic, 34, awaits a decision on his deportation from Australia.In conversation with BBC Radio 1 Breakfast presenter Scott Mills, presenters Ant and Dec discussed their most recent series of I’m A Celebrity. Scott, 47, began by complimenting the series, applauding the duo for continuing on in spite of the issues caused by Storm Arwen and the looming presence of COVID-19. Usually, the show takes place in the heart of the Australian jungle, but, for the past two years, the series has been filmed in Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to the pandemic. Dec explained: “It was so difficult to do the show this year with the storm and just with the continual drama of Covid. “Covid wardens were going round shouting ‘Two metres!’ everywhere you walk. “It was just so difficult to get the show on air, so we’re just thrilled that we got it on air and it was good - we really enjoyed it.”Despite his positive outlook on the UK-based version of the series, Dec admitted that his team have been missing the jungle.“The people of Wales made us feel very welcome again, but we are ready to go back to Australia, I think,” he confessed.

“I think it’ll be nice to get them back in the jungle.”Ant agreed: “Yeah, it’s the show’s home, it’s where it should be, you know? You want to watch I’m A Celebrity and you want to see it in the sunshine. “Everybody involved with the show is trying their best to get it back there next year.”At this point, Dec made reference to Djokovic, who is currently in immigration detention in Melbourne with a

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, both 46, poked fun at tennis player Novak Djokovic today as they discussed their show’s possible return to the jungle.Their comments come as Djokovic, 34, awaits a decision on his deportation from Australia.In conversation with BBC Radio 1 Breakfast presenter Scott Mills, presenters Ant and Dec discussed their most recent series of I’m A Celebrity. Scott, 47, began by complimenting the series, applauding the duo for continuing on in spite of the issues caused by Storm Arwen and the looming presence of COVID-19. Usually, the show takes place in the heart of the Australian jungle, but, for the past two years, the series has been filmed in Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to the pandemic. Dec explained: “It was so difficult to do the show this year with the storm and just with the continual drama of Covid. “Covid wardens were going round shouting ‘Two metres!’ everywhere you walk. “It was just so difficult to get the show on air, so we’re just thrilled that we got it on air and it was good - we really enjoyed it.”Despite his positive outlook on the UK-based version of the series, Dec admitted that his team have been missing the jungle.“The people of Wales made us feel very welcome again, but we are ready to go back to Australia, I think,” he confessed.
Ant & Dec, are the most popular TV presenters of the 21st century, having won the Presenter Award at the National Television Awards for 20 consecutive years.The presenting pair are currently promoting their new quiz show, Limitless Win, a show the pair admitted to being the only one to grab them in the last decade.The show makes the presenting pairs first new programme in around ten years.Speaking to PA, Dec admitted: "Nothing has really tickled us in the last 10 years, nothing's really grabbed us."And the first time we played this, we were like, 'Oh my God, I love it. I love it'."Limitless Win sees contestants compete for the world's first unlimited jackpot.The quiz sees players answer increasingly challenging questions and ascend a never-ending money ladder with each correct answer.However, if contestants push their luck too far they could end up losing it all.Speaking to Express.co.uk and other press, Dec went into detail about what makes this new ITV show stand out.He said: “Most of the time quizmasters have the question in front of them with the answer and they are testing the contestants, whereas we’re on the journey with them.“We are going along for the ride,” he said, explaining how they aren’t given the answers before the show.The pair also worried they were going to "bankrupt ITV" with their new game show, due to the unlimited jackpot.Ant added: "We did worry that we were going to bankrupt ITV."Dec quickly quipped they would have to call fellow TV presenter Andi Peters, known for running cash competitions on ITV's morning programmes, for "more prize money".The presenting duo have had many successful shows on TV such as Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, I'm a Celebrity...

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Ant & Dec, are the most popular TV presenters of the 21st century, having won the Presenter Award at the National Television Awards for 20 consecutive years.The presenting pair are currently promoting their new quiz show, Limitless Win, a show the pair admitted to being the only one to grab them in the last decade.The show makes the presenting pairs first new programme in around ten years.Speaking to PA, Dec admitted: "Nothing has really tickled us in the last 10 years, nothing's really grabbed us."And the first time we played this, we were like, 'Oh my God, I love it. I love it'."Limitless Win sees contestants compete for the world's first unlimited jackpot.The quiz sees players answer increasingly challenging questions and ascend a never-ending money ladder with each correct answer.However, if contestants push their luck too far they could end up losing it all.Speaking to Express.co.uk and other press, Dec went into detail about what makes this new ITV show stand out.He said: “Most of the time quizmasters have the question in front of them with the answer and they are testing the contestants, whereas we’re on the journey with them.“We are going along for the ride,” he said, explaining how they aren’t given the answers before the show.The pair also worried they were going to "bankrupt ITV" with their new game show, due to the unlimited jackpot.Ant added: "We did worry that we were going to bankrupt ITV."Dec quickly quipped they would have to call fellow TV presenter Andi Peters, known for running cash competitions on ITV's morning programmes, for "more prize money".The presenting duo have had many successful shows on TV such as Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, I'm a Celebrity...