TV fans cannot believe how much Ant & Dec’s accents have changed since starting career
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Ant & Dec are household names in British TV culture, having been on our screens since 1989.
Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly quickly became best pals as their storylines collided, and the TV duo have not looked back since.
However, the pair made it to the big time after the release of 'Let's Get Ready to Rhumble' in 1994 - something millions of us know to this day thanks to the presenters' iconic dance moves.
While the two may be Newcastle born and bred, they have spent a lot of time outside of their home city in the past 30 years.
And perhaps this resurfaced video of the pair being interviewed on TV back in 1995 is the biggest indication they are not in Newcastle all of the time.
Ant & Dec, or PJ and Duncan as they were known back then, were interviewed by Royal Family's Caroline Aherne on The Mrs Merton Show.
They spoke about their rise to fame in the music biz, with Dec saying he got 'starstruck' on the likes of Top of the Pops after seeing 'the proper pop stars'.
Little did the young Geordie pair know that even more fame that was heading their way.
After watching the viral video, the whole of the internet has been talking about one thing - how much Ant & Dec's accent has changed over the years.
One person said: "Ant has the strongest accent. And his little Gareth Gates haircut."
A second added: "Dec still has geordie but Ant has definitely toned down his geordie."
While a third remarked: "They sound like they should be on Geordie Shore."
Do you think Ant & Dec's accent has changed over the years?