Ant McPartlin Breaks Down During NTA's Speech After 'A Tough Twelve Months'


I'm shaking... It's been a very emotional night tonight.

Ant and Dec might have broken records by winning the Best Presenter award at the NTAs for the 17th time, but the pair very almost didn't even make the ceremony!

Spirits were high during this years National Television Awards, with awards being handed out to actors, presenters and TV shows.

The 42-year-old presenter has been hitting headlines in recent months, after his stint in rehab to beat an addition to prescription painkillers and his subsequent split from wife Lisa Armstrong.

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It was a very good night for Ant and Dec, who took home not one but three awards including the Best Presenter prize, which they've won for a whopping 17 years in a row.

Addressing Donnelly at the ceremony, McPartlin said: "Thanks to you little guy".

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"I personally would like to thank all my family and friends, some of who is here tonight, I love you thank you very much".

"Thank you so much to every body who has taken the time to vote for us, we really appreciate it".

It was presented by his widow Lady Forsyth following a performance by Seal of one of Sir Bruce's favourite songs, I've Got You Under My Skin, and a retrospective of his incredible career. "I also know if he was here this evening he'd be saying "it's nice to see you, to see you nice". Get Me Out Of Here! and the inaugural Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award for Ant And Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.

Ant said: 'Thank you very much, it's an honour to pick this award up and we started filming Saturday Night Takeaway today and we filmed a tribute to Bruce so this is very apt'.

Whilst on stage accepting the Entertainment Award - which was renamed to honour the legendary entertainer who passed away in August previous year - they said: "It's an honour to pick this award up, the Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award".

In other key awards, Broadchurch was named best crime drama, beating Sherlock and Line of Duty.

The various categories saw the likes of The X Factor, Strictly, The Voice and Britain's Got Talent battle it out to be named Best Talent Show.