TV favourites Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly pranked Bradley Walsh on Saturday Night Takeaway years ago but are now set to strike again next week.
The ITV presenters famously went undercover and fooled the comedy star back in a 2005 episode of the show.
That prank saw then Coronation Street star Bradley booked as an after-dinner speaker at 'TKWay Plastics' but things didn't go to plan.
Dec even wore prosthetics and make-up to portray the fictional plastic company's managing director.
Bradley was made to take part in a sing-song with the rest of the 'company' that saw him jokingly 'offend' employees at the fictional company.
The 'chairman' also sent a video message to the fictional organisation, who was actually Ant in costume too.
The news was then broken that Dotty the Duck – the fictional mascot for the fictional company – has passed away, causing Bradley to crack up as a toast was given to the late duck.
There was also a moment's silence for the duck, before Bradley was forced into telling jokes to the company.
Then someone dressed as Dotty the Duck arrived and danced around Bradley before seemingly starting an altercation with the comic until finally speaking in Ant's voice.
Recognising those dulcet Geordie tones, Bradley unmasked Dotty as Ant and furiously fled the room before being tracked down and responding to them both with a bleeped out swear-word.
Thankfully in the studio after, Bradley was full of laughs at the prank.
Now viewers can look forward to a second prank as next week's episode sees Ant and Dec interrupt Bradley's work on the game show The Chase – but what have they gotten up to the second time around?
Footage showed them outside the game show set, so are they manipulating a contestant on the show?
We'll have to wait and see what the cheeky chappies have in store for Bradley and us next week!
Saturday Night Takeaway airs on Saturdays on ITV.
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