Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Saturday, 28 February 2009, 7:45PM on ITV1

The fabulous Katy Perry join Ant & Dec live in the studio this week, to perform an exclusive performance of Waking Up In Vegas from album One For The Boys and the legendary Tom Jones will be in the voice over booth this week, to lend his distinctive tones throughout the show proceedings.

Also this week, the 12 remaining celebrities face another gruelling challenge in bid to earn their ‘freedom’ in Escape From Takeaway Prison. Taking on the guise of ‘prison wardens’ Ant and Dec will be on hand to see that the motley crew stay within the confines of their ‘prison’.

Celebrities include: Cheryl Baker, Linda Barker, Richard Blackwood, Josie D’Arby, Bianca Gascoigne, MC Harvey, Keith Harris, Chesney Hawkes, Monica and Gabriela Irimia (The Cheeky Girls), Kenzie, Nancy Lam, Philip Olivier , Craig Phillips, Rowland Rivron, Andy Scott-Lee, Terri Dwyer, Nancy Sorrell, Aldo Zilli and David Van Day.

In tonight’s challenge is entitled The Guard House and the *12 plucky prisoners will don skin tight cat suits and boxing gloves before getting fully greased up. It’s then a quick sprint in stocking feet before they hurl themselves down a slippery 50 ft runway at high speed. Their aim is knock down as many huge foam guards as they can, simple as that. The nine inmates who knock down the highest number of guards will progress to the next round.

Ant V Dec: Ant and Dec continue to pit their wits against each other in attempt in a host of challenges. With help from their celebrity team mates the pressure is on to earn the points and win the coveted title.

On Ant’s team is comedian Brian Conley, singer Liz McClarnon, presenter Yvette Fielding, Lembit Opik MP and singer & presenter Jonathan Wilkes.

Show 1 saw Dec loosing the Truck Pull and eliminating singer Sinetta. His remaining team mates are, celebrity hairdresser Nicky Clarke OBE, singer Sinetta, actor Bobby Davro, broadcaster Edwina Curry and ex-Blue singer Anthony Costa.

The Mouse Trap returns this week to surprise one lucky member of the public each week. They’ll have just one minute to get into and out of The Mouse Trap to win fantastic big money cash prizes.

Turning the camera on the members of the public, Ant & Dec will be springing hilarious surprises on viewers around the UK and live studio audience.

And of course the lads are giving away the ads – the only show on telly that says – ‘don’t just watch the ads – win ‘em!’ One lucky member of the studio audience will be given the chance to play for the contents of a commercial break everything from mega prizes of cars and holidays to well…. a toilet roll.

NB: The 12 remaining Escape From Takeaway Prison ‘prisoners’ will be revealed on Saturday’ show. So far Keith Harris, Nancy Lam, Bianca Gascoigne and Nancy Sorrell have been eliminated.

Saturday, 21 February 2009, 7:45PM on ITV1

The fantastic Take That join Ant & Dec live in the studio this week to perform an exclusive performance of their brand new single Up All Night. Comedian Ricky Gervais will be in the voice over booth this week to lend his distinctive tones throughout the show proceedings.

Also this week, the 16 remaining celebrities face another gruelling challenge in bid to earn their ‘freedom’ in Escape From Takeaway Prison. Taking on the guise of ‘prison wardens’ Ant and Dec will be on hand to see that the motley crew stay within the confines of their ‘prison’.

Celebrities include: Cheryl Baker, Linda Barker, Richard Blackwood, Josie D’Arby, Bianca Gascoigne, MC Harvey, Keith Harris, Chesney Hawkes, Monica and Gabriela Irimia (The Cheeky Girls), Kenzie, Nancy Lam, Philip Olivier , Craig Phillips, Rowland Rivron, Andy Scott-Lee, Terri Dwyer, Nancy Sorrell, Aldo Zilli and David Van Day.

In tonight’s challenge, the *16 plucky prisoners will have to run down a fast moving 30 ft long treadmill, grabbing dangling bits of washing as they go. They will then have to attempt to navigate high speed conveyor belt whilst trying and put these dirty clothes on. To make it more tricky our celebrity ‘prisons’ will also have to avoid being knocked into a foam pit by flying bars of soap and a high powered fan. The fastest 12 to make it to the end go on the next round.

Ant V Dec: There are brand new kids on the block – with both Ant and Dec having new team mates. This year Ant will be joined by comedian Brian Conley, singer Liz McClarnon, presenter Yvette Fielding, Lembit Opik MP and singer & presenter Jonathan Wilkes.

On Dec’s team is celebrity hairdresser Nicky Clarke OBE, singer Sinitta, actor Bobby Davro, broadcaster Edwina Curry and ex-Blue singer Anthony Costa

The Mouse Trap returns this week to surprise one lucky member of the public each week. They’ll have just one minute to get into and out of The Mouse Trap to win fantastic big money cash prizes.

Turning the camera on the members of the public, Ant & Dec will be springing hilarious surprises on viewers around the UK and live studio audience.

And of course the lads are giving away the ads – the only show on telly that says – ‘don’t just watch the ads – win ‘em!’ One lucky member of the studio audience will be given the chance to play for the contents of a commercial break everything from mega prizes of cars and holidays to well…. a toilet roll.

* NB: The 16 remaining Escape From Takeaway Prison ‘prisoners’ will be revealed on Saturday’ show.

 

Saturday, 14 February 2009, 7:45PM on ITV1

What better way to spend Valentine’s night, than with two loveable, charming and cheeky TV chappies: Ant and Dec. The lads return to our screens with a brand new series of their hugely popular and award winning entertainment show Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway. Plus the ultimate American IT girl Paris Hilton will be in the voiceover booth when the lovely lady lends her dulcet tones to the show proceedings.

To kick off this new series, Ant and Dec will be in for a long stretch as they take on the guise of prison wardens for a brand new game ‘Escape From Takeaway Prison’. A motley crew of 20 celebrities will be banged up behind bars, their only hope of release will depend on their own skill and ability – they’ll have to dig deep.

Cheryl Baker, Linda Barker, Richard Blackwood, Josie D’Arby, Bianca Gascoigne, MC Harvey, Keith Harris, Chesney Hawkes, Monica and Gabriela Irimia (The Cheeky Girls), Kenzie, Nancy Lam, Philip Olivier , Craig Phillips, Rowland Rivron, Andy Scott-Lee, Terri Dwyer, Nancy Sorrell, Aldo Zilli and David Van Day now spend their days running wild in the prison grounds, in a desperate bid to rediscover their freedom – and their fame.

Lying between them and their hope of release are six of the toughest challenges they will ever face – obstacles only the most determined inmate will succeed in overcoming. A giant motorised roundabout spinning in the exercise yard, a slippery slope through the laundry room trying to put on the dirty washing while bombarded by soap and foam, but to start their bid for freedom in show one, they will have to navigate their way around a tricky circuit on mini children’s cycles, avoiding skid pans and a slithering slide through the shower block.

Ant V Dec: There are brand new kids on the block – with both Ant and Dec having new team mates. This year Ant is determined to lift the trophy. After a nail biting finish last year, Dec’s continued his unbeaten record and won for the third year running. Each week the teams, captained by Ant and Dec, will be given a host of tasks which they will have to perform live on the show each Saturday. The winning team will earn a valuable point on the score board, whilst the captain of the losing side will have to eliminate a member of their team.

This week they’re off to a gruelling start in a strong man test to sort the men from the boys. Each team will be head to head hauling a mighty truck in a bid to be first across the finishing line.

Music comes from pop starlet Miley Cyrus star of Disney hit Hannah Montana, who will be live in the studio with an exclusive performance of her brand new single Fly On The Wall.

Turning the camera on the members of the public, Ant & Dec will be springing hilarious surprises on viewers around the UK and live studio audience.

And of course the lads are giving away the ads – the only show on telly that says – ‘don’t just watch the ads – win ‘em!’ One lucky member of the studio audience will be given the chance to play for the contents of a commercial break everything from mega prizes of cars and holidays to well…. a toilet roll.

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway is a Gallowgate/ITV Productions for ITV1

 

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