Published: Tue, March 24, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Coronavirus: Ant and Dec to relaunch Britain Get Talking mental wellness campaign

Coronavirus: Ant and Dec to relaunch Britain Get Talking mental wellness campaign

Ant then concluded: "So if there's someone you can't be with right now, pick up the phone and show them that you care".

And speaking about the new set-up to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford on This Morning today, Dec said: "It's gonna be odd, it's gonna be different".

Co-presenter Declan Donnelly added: "For as long as we are allowed, and as long as we are able, we will try to bring you a show".

Olly Murs' visit to his mother on Sunday followed the star's incredibly emotional and uplifting performance on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway the day before.

A second was also suspicious, tweeting: "Haha the lady on play the adds on ant and dec played a blinder in getting her boyfriends to google the answer haha see ant face when she asked repeat the q haha".

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Of the upcoming episode, he continued added: "It will be unusual, and different - the studio will be how it is now, this is how it is going to look tomorrow night on the show. Britain has never needed to connect more, and through Britain Get Talking we want to use ITV to help people feel good, talk more and establish a feeling of unity through these challenging and unprecedented times". "Maybe we couldn't do another one, we don't know that yet". "I'm obviously on the edge emotionally but it brought a smile to my face and well up at the same time".

The way forward for Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway is trying somewhat bit unsure, after the boys determined to movie with no studio viewers as a result of coronavirus pandemic.

YoungMinds chief exec Emma Thomas said: "The next few weeks are going to be a challenging time for millions of people across the country, and it's really important that we keep supporting each other and reaching out to those who might be struggling to cope".

"Our priority is safeguarding the well-being of everyone involved".

Tune in to Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway tonight (21 March) from 7pm on ITV.

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