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20 March 2020, 12:32 | Updated: 20 March 2020, 14:55
The presenting duo are asking viewers to send in clips of them dancing to be played on screen.
Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway will air without a live studio audience for the first time in its history this weekend, as the public is urged to self-isolate amid Coronavirus concern.
However, the presenting duo have assured viewers that the audience-participation element of the show will still go strong - and they've urged the public to send in clips of them dancing to be played out on screen.
Taking to Twitter, they wrote: '#SaturdayNightTakeaway NEEDS YOU! We have no studio audience this week so we want YOU, the audience at home, to be the stars of the #EndOfTheShowShow.
"Film (in landscape) yourself, your family, your pets, whatever, dancing along to @ollymurs ‘Dance With Me Tonight’ at home, for at least 1 min.....then SUBMIT it to us.
"And you could end up as part of a brilliant EOTSS! See you (and yourself!) on the telly!!"
And speaking about the new set-up to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford on This Morning today, Dec said: "It’s gonna be strange, it’s gonna be different. This is what it’s gonna like loike when we run down the stairs."
Ant also spoke out about the future of the show, adding: "We wanted to do the show just to put a smile on peoples faces, we might not be able to do another one. We just want to get out on air and have some fun."