‘Tickle his brain!’ Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will try to keep their smiles because they have been tested for Kavid-19 while I was working on I Celebrity.
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly shared a hilarious video of them getting regular Covid-19 exams.
TV presenters, who are interested in hosting the new series I Eye Celebrity, need to get tested every few days so that they can get closer to each other.
In the video, Ant tells viewers: ‘Oh, everyone. Every four days we have to test the covid so that we can sit next to each other, don’t we announce? ‘
Safety First: Ant McPartlin, 44, and 45-year-old Declan Donnelly shared a hilarious video of themselves getting their regular Covid-19 test
The camera then shows the person who is testing the pair, who calls Ant ‘Matt the Medicine’.
As soon as the test starts, the ant further states: ‘So if you don’t have one, throat first. And then the same thing you do with your nose
Then the turn of the test Now, his co-host asked him: ‘How are you?’
‘Good, I’m good,’ he replies.
Tests: TV presenters who are preparing to host a new series of I & Celebrities should be tested every few days so that they can get closer to each other.
The video then shows DC bursting his face as the ant hears: ‘deep’
DC starts to laugh and adds to the ant: ‘Tickle his brain! Oh, she doesn’t like that. ‘
After his test was over, DC again vowed never to do it again with Ant: ‘It was the most uncomfortable test for me. We will do this separately from here. “
For the first time since the Cornavirus epidemic in April and December, Wales will have to shoulder the brutal weather of this year’s IIA celebrity series as a show film.
Awkward: December starts laughing during the test and the ant says: ‘Tickle her brain! Oh, he doesn’t like it. ‘
Crew members said they had spent the weekend drying up after Grich Castle was flooded, and a new photo taken Monday shows the wreckage still being hit by heavy rain.
The upcoming series of the reality show is being filmed at Abergel Castle in North Wales with a forecast of worse weather this week.
According to The Sun, parts of the new set of the castle were soaked and the crew spent much of the week trying to recreate the place.
One source said: ‘The crew is working around the clock. However, due to the bad weather, they spent most of the weekend trying to remove the standing water from the building areas.
Never again: Dis vowed never to do it again with Ant: ‘It was the most uncomfortable test in me. We will do these individually from here
‘They are now trying to find a way to make sure that if there is bad weather when the show airs in November, it doesn’t affect filming.
‘The jungle set was fine when it rained because there was natural drainage and currents. But an ancient castle with no piping system is a completely different story. ‘
The source added that the torrential rains have become a ‘headache’ for the crew to try to build a fort in time to build a fort.
I, a representative of Aleppo, declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.
Harsh: I have to tie myself to ants and the barbaric weather of December this year.