The boys will be joined by some VERY special guests

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They’ve come a long way, have Take That. From their early 90s days when some bright spark put Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and Robbie Williams together, got them to roll around semi-naked and covered them in jelly all the way through to the currently depleted but just-as-good line-up of Gaz, Mark and Howard.

The three lads have been performing together since Jase and the Robster hung up their matching boyband outfits – but now they are set to become a five piece again. And it’s all happening on live TV THIS weekend!

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The two new additions to the band aren’t Jason and Robbie – but they’re definitely faces you’ll recognise. It’s only Ant and Dec!

The band have been confirmed for this weekend’s ‘End of the Show Show’ on Saturday Night Takeaway, which will see the Geordie duo join TT on stage to perform.

Speaking to The Mirror at the RTS awards this week, Dec said: “They have lost two members over the years so they might get two new ones this Saturday night. We have been rehearsing our dance steps for Pray.”

Ant added: “The dance steps are very tough on the knees I will tell you that. We need knee pads.”

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Cancel your Saturday night plans and get the pizza order in now because this is going to be telly GOLD.

Their appearance is perfect timed, too, as the boys’ new album Wonderland is released on Friday.

The new album Wonderland is out Friday, March 24. Featuring the single Giants. Pre-order now: takethat.com

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It’s certainly been a cracking series of Saturday Night Takeaway so far, with recent guest including Jennifer Hudson, Kaiser Chiefs and Robbie Williams.

Returning to our screens in February, the show achieved an impressive 8.7million viewers at its peak during the first instalment, easily beating the finale of Gary Barlow’s Let It Shine talent show on BBC which peaked at 4.5million – which we’re sure Gary will be Pray-ing Ant and Dec don’t bring up this weekend.