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MetiNews.Com - Ant and Dec presented to a virtual audience instead of having the studio packed full of fans for the ITV show
Breaking News ! Ant McPartline and Dec Donnelly returned to TV screens over the weekend giving viewers some much-needed entertainment with Saturday Night Takeaway. But things were slightly different on the ITV show due to Covid restrictions. Like The Voice UK, Ant and Dec presented to a virtual audience instead of having the studio packed full of fans. Read More Related Articles Awkward scenes on GMB as Ben Stokes snubs Matt Hancock and walks off air after he gushes over cricketer Read More Related Articles Eastenders star Jake Wood shows off new look on GMB - and his wife hates it And one fan has revealed what it is actually like to be in a virtual audience and it's not like a normal Zoom call in the slightest. A TikTok user, who uses the name tiktokdaddad, took to the video sharing platform to share behind the scenes footage of the first live show of the series. In it, you can hear producers shouting instructions to the audience - such as when to clap and cheer. A fan has showed exactly what happens in the virtual audience (Image: tiktokdaddad) Not only that, the producer asked them to change into 'holiday' clothes or grab some props for the show's "happiest minute" which sees people win a holiday of their choice when restrictions are lifted.
. One fan asked: "Was she that bossy throughout the programme?" To which the audience member replied: "Yea but fun and friendly."
Another, who was also in the virtual audience said: "We were in the audience too! It was quite knackering but it was good fun!" A third asked: "Surely it's not different to watching it on the TV except you've got a woman shouting at you." The reply from the TikTok account read: "No we get extra games in ad breaks etc and 1 hour before show we see what's going on." But while it may have been fun to be in the virtual audience, viewers watching at home had a bit of an issue with it. Fans of the ITV show flocked to Twitter to grumble about it due to the sound coming from the massive wall of TV screens showing 300 living rooms across the country as they found it distracting and asked for it to be muted. If you want to be part of the virtual audience you can visit the website here.
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