Ant and Dec share light clip as they joke about signing more than seven billion copies of their new book in one session
They recently joined a crowd of British stars as part of a new mental health campaign.
And Ant and Dec again took advantage of social media by sharing a light clip on Instagram on Friday.
The double act was released to announce their latest book Once Upon A Tyne as they joked about signing more than seven billion copies in one sitting.
Funny: Ant and Dec shared a light clip on Instagram Friday as they joked about signing more than seven billion copies of their new book in one session
In the split-screen video, the two men sit behind a desk while they are putting paper on paper with Dec distributing books to his counterpart.
A large white counter monitors the number of books finished before the duo accelerates the operation and smokes their pens.
The clip finally ends with the counter stopped at 7,989,437,000.
The dynamic duo put the light clip online with a caption that said: “Bravo to all those who ordered a signed copy of our book a few weeks ago … for those who missed … we signed a few others . Phew! ‘
Artists: a large white counter monitors the number of books finished and as the duo accelerates the operation, their pens start to smoke
Dynamic duo: They shared the clip with a caption who said: “Well done to all those who ordered a signed copy of our book a few weeks ago … for those who missed … we signed a few more. Phew! ‘
It comes after Ant and Dec joined a crowd of British stars, including Gordon Ramsay, Holly Willoughby, David Walliams and Laura Whitmore in a new mental health campaign.
ITV Britain Get Talking features more than 20 of the nation’s famous faces speaking on a video call to stay connected.
The announcement highlights the importance of reaching out to people during these unprecedented periods of lockdown and isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Help with the loan: a host of famous faces, including will.i.am, Ant and Dec and Holly Willoughby, appear in a new mental health awareness campaign
The initiative was launched at the start of mental health awareness week and started on Monday evening.
Ant said: “ We are huge supporters of ITV’s UK Get Talking 2020 campaign, which highlights the importance of people connecting, more than ever. It is incredible that as a result of the campaign, more than 6 million people have contacted someone so far. “
Dec added: “ So for this week of mental health awareness, we are stepping up and asking people to extend beyond their immediate family and close friends.
“Who could you reach out to who could really appreciate it?” Great Britain, let’s keep talking.
Help: Supporting stars include Ant and Dec, Julie Etchingham (bottom left), Jim Carter (bottom center) and Laura Whitmore (bottom right)
Famous Faces: The campaign, which aired on television Monday evening, features celebrities participating in a video call