Ant and Dec joke that they’ve broken Instagram after making Ant’s head fall off in hilarious viral video


Ant and Dec have got fans laughing once again after filming a hilarious new video ‘using ‘ the a Time Warp Scanner filter.

The Geordie duo pretended to apply the popular TikTok filter, which sees a blue line moving down the screen, while at work together.

Ant and Dec have filmed a hilarious new video

The Geordie duo have pretended to use TikTok’s Time Warp Scanner filter

They joke that they’ve broken it when Ant’s body falls off

Dec then grabs the blue ‘scanner’

He uses it as a straw for his drink

Ant’s head is stays suspended in mid-air

Ant screams at his best mate

But instead of recording two separate clips, the ‘filter’ appears to make Ant McPartlin’s body fall away from his head.

Declan Donnelly is left holding onto the star’s bonce, before letting go and walking towards the camera.

As Ant’s head stays suspended in mid-air, Dec takes hold of the blue line – which turns out to be a straw – and uses it to slurp a can of drink before walking away.

Ant, meanwhile, yells: “Oi! Oi! What you you doing? Declan? DECLAN!”

The lads are getting read for the new series of I’m A Celebrity

Sharing the funny video on Instagram, the telly double act wrote: “I think we broke the filter? 😳.”

Fans have gone wild for the clip, which is just the latest in a long line of amusing videos filmed by Ant and Dec.

One follower wrote: “I’m dead 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂.” Another added: “You pair are brilliant 😘😘xx.”

Ant and Dec are busy gearing up for the new series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, which this year is being filmed at Gwrych Castle in Wales.

The ITV1 show will be filmed in Wales this year

Earlier this month, show bosses unveiled a hilarious new trailer featuring the pair.

In the clip, Ant and Dec appear to have missed the memo that the series isn’t being shot Down Under and they step out of a cab thinking they are in Australia.

The coronavirus pandemic is the reason behind the decision to keep I’m A Celeb in the UK. It is now feared the show may have to remain in Wales for at least two years.

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