Scarlett Moffatt reveals reason why she MISSED the Saturday Night Takeaway wrap party


Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway in Orlando

by Alex Ross |
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After the hugely successful season finale of Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway at the weekend, the likes of Dec Donnelly, Stephen Mulhern, and the rest of the show's cast and crew couldn't wait to celebrate. But it turns out Scarlett Moffatt missed the party!

The former Gogglebox star revealed the news with her fans on Twitter, admitting she'd slept through the wrap party. She wrote, 'When you go to bed for 7pm for a nap and wake up 12 hours late 🤣 well think I’ve definitely missed the wrap party 😪'. [sic]

Oh dear! 🙈

It comes after Dec presented the final show of the series without his on-screen partner Ant McPartlin. The popular presenter is currently battling his addictions in rehab after being charged with drink driving last month.

With Ant absent, Dec was joined by a whole host of star-studded guests on Saturday night's show. As well as Scarlett and Stephen, former Bond girl Denise Richards was the Guest Announcer, with Craig David, Jason Derulo and The Rembrandts all performing.

Check out the amazing End Of The Show Show below:

After presenting the show on his own for only the second time in history, Dec took to Twitter after the episode aired to thank fans for their support. He wrote, 'Thanks for all the lovely messages again this week, we’re all so glad you enjoyed the #SaturdayNightTakeaway series finale. We’ve had a blast in Florida, now it’s holiday time! Thanks for your support. D x' [sic]

Fan footage from the show also showed Dec sending an emotional message to his best friend, as Ant watched the show in England.

He said, "Would you just give one round of applause to Ant who is back home in England", to which the crowd erupted with applause.

Watch the moment below:

Although it isn't yet clear if Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway will be returning for another series, the pair will be back on TV screens next weekend as the audition rounds of Britain's Got Talent begin.

BELOW: Ant and Dec's complete career timeline...


Ant and Dec career timeline

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And & Dec: Early career

Ant & Dec as PJ and DuncanIn 1989 Dec landed a part on BBC children's drama Byker Grove, playing Duncan. A year later Ant was cast as PJ – PJ and Duncan was born.Another career change for the boys came in 1994, when they began as co-presenters of children's show Gimme 5 on CITV. Just a year later they landed their own programme, The Ant & Dec Show, this time on CBBC.

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And & Dec: Early career

Ant & Dec became popstarsIt wasn't just acting for the boys: PJ & Duncan were pop stars for a while, and became best known for their 1994 UK top 10 Let's Get Ready to Rhumble.Their last studio album, The Cult of Ant and Dec, was released in 1997, managing to chart at number 15.

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And & Dec: Early career

Ant & Dec hosted SMTV and CD with Cat DeeleyThis kicked off their kids' TV careers, and landed them their first BAFTA Awards.After various other presenting gigs, Ant & Dec started hosting ITV's Saturday morning shows SMTV and CD , alongside Cat Deeley, in 1998.But, in 2001, they made the move from Saturday morning to prime time – for a little show called Pop Idol…

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Ant & Dec: Primetime career

They hit the prime time with talent show Pop IdolThey presented Pop Idol for two years, before it replaced with The X Factor and Kate Thornton took over.This gave them the opportunity to create and present Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, which is about begin its 13th series.In 2002, a year after Saturday Night Takeaway's debut, the boys joined I'm a Celebrity and have become huge parts of the show.

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Ant & Dec: Britain's Got Talent

Establishing themselves as the busiest presenters in the country, Ant & Dec signed up for Britain's Got Talent in 2006 – and a year later signed a two-year golden handcuffs deal with ITV, which was thought to be worth £40 million.They have been hosting the show ever since, and are currently filming for the twelfth series of the show.

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Ant & Dec: Awards

Among their numerous gongs, Ant & Dec have received the National Television Award for Most Popular Entertainment/TV Presenter for 15 years running. Most recently, at the 2018 NTAs, the duo won Best Presenter.

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Ant & Dec: Friendship

Ant previously revealed his friendship with Dec started in 1990, when he sent him a Christmas card and invited him to a football match.He said: "And that was that. It just happened immediately. We clicked. We'd spend all day making each other laugh and annoying everyone and quoting Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer lines to each other."When their parts were written out of Byker Grove, the boys vowed to stick together. Dec told Weekend magazine: "We made a pact. We said to each other, 'Look, whatever happens, I'll always be there for you and you're never in this life on your own or against the world – you've always got a mate looking out for you."Even though they work together, Ant & Dec make sure they go out together at least once a week – and even live three doors apart in London!Dec said: "It's our choice to socialise outside work. And we both get to go to work with our best mate every day. And that keeps our feet on the ground."Ant added: "We love each other, definitely."

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Ant & Dec: Relationships

In 2015 Dec married his longtime manager Ali Astall and Ant was, of course, best man. And in July 2006, Dec acted as best man at Ant's wedding to make-up artist Lisa Armstrong. Ant and Lisa, however, filed for divorce this month after 11 years of marriage.

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