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Ant McPartlin ‘was in high spirits’ during Britain’s Got Talent amid prescription painkiller addiction battle prior to rehab stint, say finalists DNA

Britain's Got Talent: DNA have spoken out [ITV] The ever-impressive mind-reading team Darren and Andrew – who are playing an intimate gig at London’s Leicester Square Theatre on Thursday 31st October – have spoken out about working alongside popular double-act Ant and Dec , saying they’re an..

Reported by OK! • Saturday, October 21, 2017

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