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Whitby’s catch: Ant and Dec

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Once again to Whitby, where there’s nothing quite like the visit of two smug Geordies off the telly to get the locals excited.

Whitby Gazette, 10 January 2013 (story):

Whitby goes celebrity spotting

WHITBY went celeb-spotting this week as the nation’s favourite TV presenters turned up in town to film a new advert.

As word spread that Ant and Dec were in Whitby on Wednesday, crowds gathered outside the fish market to catch a glimpse of the duo who were shooting an advert for Morrison’s after teaming up with the supermarket last week.

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The trip down the coast from their native Newcastle brought back memories for Dec who had been to Whitby before.

He added: “It was years ago when I came.”

That’s clearly a lie, you randy thing.

The visit of this so-called ‘Ant’ and his so-called friend, the so-called ‘Dec’ (real names PJ and Duncan), will be solely responsible for plummeting levels of educational attainment in the Whitby area.

Just before they headed off home they spent time posing for photographs and signing autographs for the waiting crowds.

They included Whitby Community College students Adam Clarkson, Ben Lawson-Green and Marc Butler who had ‘bunked off’ to go to see Ant and Dec.

Adam said: “We just caught him going to the toilet as we went to get a bacon sandwich.

“He told us to wait and then he shook our hands and I said I enjoyed the mullet joke but he said it got boring after the 50th time.”

Never meet your heroes: they’ll only disappoint you by shaking your hand immediately after urinating. Typical Geordies.

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Written by Paddy

February 12, 2013 at 11:34 am

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