Anthony and Dec are left in stitches in this week's Saturday Night Takeaway when they get Craig David to play a prank on the unsuspecting public.
In the skit the Geordie duo give celebrities hilarious instructions through a hidden microphone.
In this week’s challenge, which was teased ahead of Saturday’s show, Craig appears to be looking for a house sitter and is ordered by the presenters to read his housekeeping list – to the tune of 7 Days.
Ant also points out that Craig has no idea what he’s about to read.
“I’ll tell you my daily routine,” the performer begins with a stern face.
“So I do the weekly wash on a Monday, the bins go out on Tuesday, I change the bedsheets on Wednesday and then Thursday, Friday and Saturday and then I chill on Sunday.”
Ant & Dec then order the 14 time BRIT nominee to sing the lines out as he would with his famous tune – and he does so maintaining a stern face.
Hidden cameras pan to the unsuspecting guest in the room with Craig, and she doesn’t know quite how to react.
The legend himself appears excited to see the episode air, and took to social media to tease the upcoming hilarity.
“Let the fun begin @antanddec,” he wrote on Twitter .
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway is set to be another hilarious episode brimming with a host of well known guests lined up for our evening entertainment.
As well as Craig’s entertaining stitch up, Jax Jones and Ella Henderson will be live in the studio, and the hosts will also have to compete in a dance battle against Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions winners Twist & Pulse.
Presenter Stephen Mulhern will also be returning to the show and the Men In Brown will also try to track down the secret celebrity that has ‘The Squits’.
The Geordie duo will be live from the ITV studios at 7.00pm on March 7.
They are ready to surprise unsuspecting audience members, giveaway prizes and enjoy some show stopping performances – in what has been dubbed by the duo as ‘the happiest 90 minutes of the week’.
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