Everyone has a childhood crush they’d rather not admit to anyone (or themselves) but Ant McPartlin has revealed his embarrassing choice.
The TV presenter, 43, admitted he had a crush on Mr Motivator when he was growing up in the 1980s.
Ant made the confession in an interview with Stephen Mulhern , 42, in a light-hearted segment aired on Britain’s Got More Talent, the BGT spin-off.
Stephen said his crush was EastEnders legend Michelle Fowler, while Ant’s partner in crime and presenting other-half Declan Donnelly , 43, chose Wendy James from Transvision Vamp.
The trio were all dressed up in 80s clothes, with Stephen even sporting what looked like a mullet wig.
The BGMT host then asked the Ant and Dec what their favourite 80s songs were, with Dec choosing Take On Me by A-ha.
Ant made the classic choice of Spandau Ballet’s Gold, which the three celebs all proceeded to sing.
The double are back on our TV screens hosting Britain’s Got Talent every Saturday night, but that isn’t their only paying gig.
It was recently revealed that Ant and Dec are earning a whopping £7,142 a second after recording the voiceovers for Marks & Spencer checkouts.
Despite the mixed reaction to their voices, they’re reportedly cashing in a shocking £100,000 simply for taking part.
The recordings for each BGT favourite, in which they tell customers to use their Sparks loyalty cards, last just 14 seconds, meaning the group’s voices really do come at a price.