However, no long after the photo set tongues wagging, both immediately quashed reports they were anything but strictly friends.
Ant’s rep blasted the rumours as ‘total bullshit’, while the I’m A Celebrity…
And while we’re not sure what the new photo is of – hey, perhaps it’s another shot of the work chums, and who are we to judge?
– it came as Scarlett appeared to confirm her new romance with Lee Wilkinson. Taking to Instagram overnight, she shared the first Insta video with new man, Lee, as they hung out with a bunch of pals on what appeared to be a rather chilled weekend in. ‘Sunday chills’, the star panned quickly across Lee as he smiled at the camera, before focusing on her tiny dog who was happily chilling on Lee’s legs.
As exclusively revealed by Digital Spy, Little Ant (Neil Overend) and Little Dec (Haydn Reid) are taking time out to focus on their studies.
Unfortunately, there are at presently no plans from the show to replace them..the first musical guest of the series will be Kylie Minogue, so there's some good news!
At the time of Ant’s 2017 rehab reveal there were multiple reports that Lisa was keen to leave Ant, with claims she was finding his addiction hard to cope with.
They were last pictured together at the 2017 NTAs in January, when Saturday Night Takeaway won Best Entertainment Programme.
‘But after going back up north over the festive period they connected and have been in constant contact ever since.Her only comment on the events of last year appears to be a picture she posted of someone throwing out stinking rubbish on New Year’s Eve.During their work together on I’m A Celeb and Takeaway, and during this year’s NTAs, fans suggested a romance might be going on between Ant and Scarlett Moffatt but this has been denied by all parties. We get to be human."[They] gave me a lot of confidence, because I thought, 'If the boys believe in me to do a live show and to ad-lib, then I need to believe in myself.'"She added: "I love live TV. While Scarlett will be back, Little Ant & Dec will be retired from service this time around. Not catastrophic, but when someone fluffs up a line or the autocue goes off. As long as you openly admit anything could go wrong, it's fine." will return to ITV on February 24.