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We were always asking questions about everything from the lighting to the scripts.
We both wanted to know everything.’Both were born in Newcastle.
Donnelly is rich, good-looking and drives a black BMW 6 Series (Mc Partlin drives a Range Rover Sport). He looks more uncomfortable and tries to point out something on a nearby TV screen. It does make me laugh that my usual newspaper prefix is “Unlucky in love Dec” or “TV bachelor Dec”. honestly.’The pair first met on children’s television show Byker Grove when they were 12 years old.
Mc Partlin looks at his reddening face then says with perfect timing: ‘I’d like to point out he’s not actually been celibate for the past five years.’ It’s a Morecambe and Wise moment (with Geordie accents). ‘We didn’t hit it off straight away,’ says Mc Partlin.
But then Mc Partlin sits back and continues.‘We didn’t ask for her to be sacked. Part of the whole pantomime of X Factor is that the judges don’t get on; they all want their acts to win. 'The suspense factor comes from two buzzers going off and waiting for that third. Then you also have to understand that the audience has its own role as the fourth judge – they completely interact vocally, which is the beauty of it. If two judges say yes and two say no, who has the deciding vote? Daring to criticise the mighty Simon Cowell not only shows their independence and confidence as performers, but also illustrates the very thing they are saying. They may have only five GCSEs each but there is absolutely nothing they don’t understand about TV. We know what we’re good at.’So Live’s own Piers Morgan – what does he bring to the table? ‘He does look a bit like Richard Gere, or at least that’s what he told Kelly Brook and she nodded so now that’s become fact… It’s like Simon has a gift to spot the acts that will make money.’‘And Piers can spot a fake a mile off,’ adds Donnelly with a small smile.
They have also – through their own Gallowgate Productions – come up with some of the most successful formats of the past two decades, from Poker Face to Beat The Star.‘What we understand is audiences,’ says Donnelly. We want the family audience, running the range from kids to grandparents. They understand that being a little bit evil is actually very funny.Several conflicting rumours are doing the rounds – that Amanda Holden couldn’t bear to have a younger, more glamorous rival sitting right next to her; that Simon Cowell (the show’s host and mastermind) did it as a publicity stunt and that Ant and Dec threatened to resign unless she went. It was wrong from the start.’The very fact that these two TV stars should say what they think so freely speaks volumes.It’s a sticky situation, which would generally call for a publicist to ban all questions on the subject and for the stars themselves to look a bit uncomfortable and plead the celebrity fifth amendment: ‘No comment.’ But as they sit down on the red leather settees of a north London studio café, the subject arises even before their teas (builder’s) are poured.‘Aye,’ says Mc Partlin with typical understatement. It’s been a bit of a week.’ As for the rumour of their involvement in the affair, they both laugh. As TV’s cheeky chappies, it’s the perfect response, surely to be followed by silence. Ant and Dec are not merely the hired help; a pair of cute, grinning puppets.They even understand Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand in the recent Sachs-gate controversy. But I do still go and my faith is important to me,' says Dec, a practising Catholic ‘I think Jonathan Ross is brilliant,’ says Mc Partlin.
‘There’s a lot of people who had an opinion on it and who complained about it who never heard the original recording.
It was Ant and Dec Princes William and Harry chose to interview them at home with Prince Charles.