Ant McPartlin leaves fans in hysterics as he films Dec ‘crying’ and says ‘who hurt you?’

Ant McPartlin have left fans in hysterics after sharing a video of Dec ‘crying’ at his desk.

In the hilarious video, 46 ​​year old Ant approaches Declan Donnelly who is sat working at a desk. As he gets closer Dec looks visibly upset as Ant says “Oh no, what’s the matter.”

Dec appears to get more confused as Ant continues to ask him “what you crying for” and “you seem really upset what’s upset you.”

After being asked a few times why he is crying, he replies, “I’m not am I?”

Ant then proves that he is the best friend, threatening to beat up whoever upset him.



Ant has had fans in hysterics with new video
Ant McPartlin leaves fans in hysterics as he films Dec ‘crying’ and says he’ll ‘beat up’ whoever’s upset him



Ant shared the hilarious video on social media
Ant McPartlin says he’ll ‘beat up’ whoever’s upset Dec

But there is no need to worry, as Dec was not actually crying.

It was just a new camera filter that makes people look like they are crying, that has been doing the rounds on social media.

Fans took to the comments to express their amusement at the pair’s antics.



Dec looked like he was crying in the hilarious video
Dec appeared to be crying in the new video

One said: “It’s just too good”, while another added: “That’s horrific but hilarious.”

A third person joked: “I think Dec might be missing the castle!”

A fourth commenter said: “This made my day !!! Thanks boys!”

Followers are now calling for Dec to get his best friend back with a prank.



Ant and Dec attend the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards at The Royal Festival Hall on May 08, 2022
Ant and Dec at the British Academy Television Awards at The Royal Festival Hall

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Recently the iconic duo spoke about how it was “emotional” to be back working on Britain’s Got Talent after a year away.

Ant said: “We missed the wonderful people that we get through those theater doors.

“I missed the audience in the auditorium. That was big, because we’d done the auditions before we’d done Saturday Night Takeaway, so it was our first proper live audience for a while. It was quite emotional.”



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The pair recently said it was ’emotional’ to be back at BGT

Dec added: “It was really bizarre because it has been an annual event for us.

“Every January, we’d come back from the New Year and the first thing we’d do was BGT auditions. Just don’t have that in the diary felt a bit empty and a bit weird.”

The award winning presenters can be seen on ITV this Saturday at 8pm for the next installation of Britain’s Got Talent.

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