Is it all drugs, politics and takeways on a Saturday night for Ant & Dec?

Ant, Dec and Robbie Williams in bed - Saturday Night Takeaway

They are the loveable pair that alight our screens but behind the smoke screen there is a history of brief drugs and politics.

Ant said:  “But we're not really druggy people, that's the thing. I think you either go into that crowd as a kid or you don't – and we didn't.”

We found the love of alcohol very early on and we stayed with it. There's a real pub culture where we're from in Newcastle, so we're just more boozy people.”

The pair said that they voted for Labour until the last election when Ant voted for Conservative. “They certainly couldn't give an argument for Labour for me at the moment – not a valid one. Then again, I'd struggle to given an argument for voting Conservative at the moment” responded Ant

After three years away from our screens, the duo are set to kick of their popular Saturday Night Takeaway tonight at 7pm.

Dec commented “We always said we would bring back Saturday Night Takeaway, so we're particularly delighted plans are now in place. We have a lot of fresh and exciting ideas for the brand new series.”

The show will wow the viewers with host of hilarious sketches, audience involvement and huge scale stunts and appearances from A-list celebrities. Their first guest of the series is Robbie Williams.

- Robbie Williams
- Declan Donnelly
- Ant McPartlin
- Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Written by: MatthewWarcup
Feb 23rd, 2013, 10:10 am

Images courtesy of Mirror

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