Ant and Dec win best Entertainment Presenter at NTAs 2014

For the thirteenth year in a row Ant and Dec are the pick of the presenting bunch as they're named best Entertainment Presenter at the National Television Awards 2014

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Dynamic presenting duo Ant and Dec have been voted best Entertainment Presenter at the National Television Awards 2014. 

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Yes, that’s thirteen, THIRTEEN, years in a row. 

The trophy has been playfully referred to as the annual runner-up award to Ant and Dec and it’s easy to see why. 

Even NTA host Dermot O’Leary joked he’d have to nab a statue off of the pair if he wanted to have one for his own trophy cabinet. 

The pair are rarely off of our screens, with I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, Britain’s Got Talent, Red or Black and Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway among their batch of shows. 

They have an army of followers – which they no doubt added to when they resurrected their track Let’s Get Ready To Rumble on Takeaway. 

Yep, the boys have still got the moves.

Ant and Dec’s cheeky presenting style is much-loved, with their description of how a Twiglet really gets its flavour on this year’s I’m A Celebrity series rather memorable. And they’re not afraid to give Simon Cowell what for on BGT, even running on stage to help acts they like get through. 

On making it thirteen wins (with a quick kiss to fellow nominee Dermot O’Leary on the way to the stage) Ant said, “This is bloody brilliant.” Dec added, “This one was nerve-wracking. Everyone kept saying ‘Oo it’s thirteen’, but it’s still so lovely” before going on to thank those who make them look “quite good”. 

“It’s mind-boggling Ant” said, adding, “It still means so much. We’ll keep coming as long as you keep voting. Sorry Dermot.”

The pair also went on to take home the night’s Landmark Award – which lead to them taking a top on screen selfie, which finished up our live Twitter reaction of the night.

The pair gushed about their friendship, saying, “Neither of us would be here if it wasn’t for the other.” And according to Cadbury Dairy Milk, 29% of people surveyed are very jealous that the lads get to work with their best friend.

Nice work if you can get it, eh?   

See them back on our screens in Britain’s Got Talent later this year


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