Stephen Mulhern told off by Ant and Dec as he hilariously interrupts winning BAFTAs speech

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly hilariously told Stephen Mulhern off as they won best Entertainment Programme for Saturday Night Takeaway at the 2022 BAFTA TV Awards on Sunday 8 May.

The I'm A Celebrity hosts went up against An Audience with Adele, Life & Rhymes and Strictly Come Dancing in the coveted category.

Speaking after their win, Ant said on stage: "Thank you, thanks very much. What a great start to the night!" while Dec added: "Wow!"

He continued: "What a thrill, we were convinced we weren't going to get it this year so we just came for a bit of a party, so this is wonderful!"

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To which co-host Stephen Mulhern hilariously joined in with: "Thank you, guys!" as Ant replied: "We'll get to you, we'll get to you, you dirty lobster!"

Dec sweetly added of the win: "This is a really wonderful cherry on the cake!"


While Ant then joked: "One last word from the dirty lobster, come on…" with Stephen declaring: "Thank you, guys!"

Prior to the speech and as the news was announced Ant, 46, sweetly kissed wife Anne-Marie Corbett, who he married in 2021 and was supporting him in the audience.

The duo were also up for Must-See Moment for their dig at Downing Street's alleged parties during I'm A Celebrity last year, with Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice winning Virgin Media's Must-See Moment instead.

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The 2022 BAFTA TV Awards, which took place on Sunday 8 May, have been held at London's Royal Festival Hall and it is the first ceremony since 2019 to be held with an audience due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Richard Ayoade has returned as host for the third year in a row while George Ezra led the celebrations with red-carpet performance of his brand-new single Green Green Grass.

Prior to the ceremony, presenters Vick Hope and Zeze Millz hosted the Virgin Media BAFTA TV Awards red-carpet show.

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