Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly shared a hilarious video of themselves taking their regular Covid-19 test.
TV presenters, who are preparing to host the new I’m A Celebrity series, need to get tested every few days so they can be close to each other.
In the video, Ant tells viewers, “Hey everyone. Every four days we have to take a Covid test so that we can sit next to each other, right Declan?
Safety first: Ant McPartlin, 44, and Declan Donnelly, 45, shared hilarious video of themselves undergoing their regular Covid-19 test
The camera then shows the man doing the pair test, whom Ant calls “Matt the Medic.”
At the start of the test, Ant adds, “So if you haven’t had one, throat first. And then the same piece goes in your nostril, you hell.
Then it’s Dec’s turn to take the test, his co-host asking him, “How are you?” “
“Alright, I’m fine,” he replies.
Test: TV presenters, who are preparing to host the new I’m A Celebrity series, need to get tested every few days so they can be close to each other.
The video then shows Dec getting his mouth dabbed as Ant can be heard in the background saying, “Deeper.”
Dec laughs and Ant adds, “Tickle his brain!” Oh, he doesn’t like it.
After his test is over, Dec vows to never do it with Ant again, saying, “It was the most uncomfortable test I’ve ever had.” We will do them individually from now on.
Ant and Dec will have to brace themselves for brutal weather conditions on this year’s series I’m a Celebrity as the show films in Wales for the first time amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Annoying: During the test, Dec starts laughing and Ant says, “Tickle his brain!” Oh he doesn’t like it ‘
Crew members are said to have spent the weekend drying Gwrych Castle after it flooded, and new photos taken on Monday show the ruins are still bombarded by heavy rain.
The upcoming series of the reality show is being filmed in Abergele Castle in North Wales, with more bad weather forecasts this week.
According to The Sun, parts of the new castle complex got soaked and the crew spent much of the weekend trying to get the place back into shape.
A source said: “The crew are working 24 hours a day, as is. But because of the appalling weather, they spent much of the weekend trying to remove standing water from areas of the building.
Never again: Dec vows to never end up with Ant again, saying, “It was the most uncomfortable test I’ve ever had. We will do them individually from now on ‘
“They are now trying to find a way to make sure that if there is bad weather when the show airs in November, it does not affect the shoot.
“The jungle setting was good when it rained because there was natural drainage and streams. But an ancient castle without a proper piping system is a whole different story.
The source added that the torrential rains had become a “headache” for the crew trying to prepare the castle in time for the celebrities to move in.
A rep for I’m A Celebrity declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.
Harsh: Ant and Dec will have to prepare for brutal weather conditions on I’m a Celebrity this year as the show films Wales for the first time amid the coronavirus pandemic