Amidst the hilarious throwback clips from previous series, including Dermot O'Leary's supermarket-based 'Get Me Out of Ear' segment, the Geordie icons were asked to collect all of their TV awards from over the years by In for a Penny's Stephen Mulhern.
Fetching them out for all to see, the sheer volume of them was unbelievable.
Viewers posting on Twitter couldn't get over how many awards the pair had been given throughout their careers — beating out stiff competition consistently.
One user shared: "I know they've won LOADS of awards but I didn't know how many - 59 between them and they didn't even count the ones Dec couldn't reach [laughing emoji]."
"Crikey all those awards..." added someone else.
Meanwhile, a third said: "I'm not saying @antanddec are at all ungrateful but I'd be having a melt down trying to find space for all of those awards."
Plenty more were in disbelief too:
Lols ant and dec are going around there houses now finding all the awards they have #SaturdayNightTakeaway— BornToBeA_Whovian! (@emma1293) April 4, 2020
The amount of awards Ant and Dec have though 😂😂 #SaturdayNightTakeaway— All Ant and Dec (@allantanddec) April 4, 2020
I know they've won LOADS of awards but I didn't know how many 👀 - 59 between them and they didn't even count the ones Dec couldn't reach 😂 #SaturdayNightTakeaway— Sarrah (@MissSarrah) April 4, 2020
It sounds awful me saying this but when you have that many awards I don’t know if it may become a bit to much. I’m not saying @antanddec are at all ungrateful but I’d be having a melt down trying to find space for all of those awards. #SaturdayNightTakeaway— Declan Kincaid (@KincaidDeclan) April 4, 2020
Has anyone considered contacting the Guinness World Records?
Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway airs on ITV.
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