Ruth Langsford got in the festive spirit with her shimmering top by & Other Stories that has Christmas time written all over it.
It's the perfect top to see you through all manner of festive occasions.
Then it's Take-away On Tour, and, towards the end of the year, I'm A Celebrity series 14. I get into bed and I'm like, "Please brain, don't go all whirry now." I get jealous because Lisa [his make-up artist wife] falls asleep instantly, and kind of purrs away.' They both come from council estates in Newcastle and met as child actors on BBC children's TV series Byker Grove when they were 14.
They make TV look spontaneous and easy, but they're famously hard-working, control every tiny detail and, according to Simon Cowell, are 'utter perfectionists'. Ant's mum brought up her son and his younger sister on her own, so while she held down two jobs, Ant (supposedly the shyer of the two) did most of the housework, cooked tea and is still 'brilliant at ironing and Sunday roasts'. One of Dec's brothers is a priest, something Dec toyed with, briefly.
There's also a narrator who encourages players to be extremely naughty.
Parents should note as well that this game supports online play with open voice chat.
For months, a Saudi Internet user called Abu Sin had the Arabic-speaking web in stitches over videos of him chatting with an American video blogger.Before you change into your pyjamas after over-indulging on the chocolates and turkey that is...Click right to make like Ruth and get it for your own, or if you fancy even more sparkle (who wouldn't?!, which they'd first recorded during their brief pop career in 1994. Their humour is brilliantly puerile, but never mean. They were filmed crying with laughter as the obliging X Factor judge pretended to phone Dannii Minogue using a banana taken from a fruit bowl at his house while an unsuspecting workman looked on bemused. Dec told presenter Kirsty Young, 'We couldn't comprehend how it was allowed to happen.Last month they were awarded a special Landmark Award for 25 years in showbusiness and enjoyed tributes from Prince Charles, Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams, Simon Cowell and Bruce Forsyth. They tell silly stories about nicking cutlery from a posh Indian restaurant (Ant once filled Dec's jacket pockets with an entire table's worth, making the owner so furious he called the police), winding one another up with clingfilm on loos, wigs left on pillows to suggest they have a woman in bed with them and drinking a bit too much before trying to make each other laugh on air during I'm A Celebrity, which they've presented from Australia since 2002.'We have to get up at 1.30 in the morning to look at the overnight footage and be in the studio by 7am, so we really should be in bed by 7pm, though we have been known to push it to 9.30, or even ten.' Or perhaps skip the sleep bit completely? If it had been the end I don't think we could have had many complaints.'After Takeaway, they're up to their eyes in BGT - they're already midway through the auditions.