Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have revealed all the juicy secrets behind their new game show Limitless Win.
The Geordie duo, both 46, have revealed none other than Gary Barlow was behind the theme song for the ITV series.
Talk to Digital Spy, the presenters played their own quiz game, where they asked each other questions about the show.
Behind the scenes: Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly revealed all the juicy secrets behind their new game show Limitless Win
Ant popped the question to Dec, “Who wrote the theme song for Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win?”
Dec immediately raised his hand and said, “I know this one. It was Gary Barlow – he wrote it on his piano at home.
“We didn’t do a crooning session with him,” he added.
“We should, but I don’t know what we would – there’s no singing in that,” Ant pointed out.
Revelation: The Geordie duo, both 46, have revealed none other than Gary Barlow were behind the theme song for the ITV series
The pair also revealed that the show was originally called Mount Fortune before becoming Limitless Win, and that 3,000 questions had been written.
Discussing some of the behind-the-scenes secrets, they also let it slip that the show’s gameplay takes place in a secret facility that only a few people have access to, with even Ant and Dec not being allowed inside.
It comes after TV stars spoke to MailOnline and said they never lose sleep over whether their shows will be a hit or not.
Ant said: “I don’t feel so pressured anymore in terms of numbers overnight because the landscape has changed. The pressure is to get it right and put on the right show.
Put their knowledge to the test: Speaking to Digital Spy, the presenters played their own trivia game, where they asked each other questions about the show.
“It looks really good, we delivered what we planned to deliver. You are nervous about starting a new project, but we are very proud of what we have done. This is the show that we had in mind.
Dec added: “We are proud. You put it out there and hope people like it. It’s a fun, exciting and dramatic watch.
“We hope people like it as much as we do, but you can never tell, can you? You feel a bit of pressure but that’s not where you have the sleepless nights, the nights white are before shooting the series.
Explaining why they decided to do the show, Dec said, “We were intrigued by the idea. We loved it, got on board and helped develop it further.
Confident: Ant and Dec have revealed they are no longer worried about TV viewing figures for their shows as the ‘landscape has changed’
“We think we’ve come out with an exciting, fun, dramatic and risky hour of TV.”
Meanwhile, Ant and Dec have also joked that their new game show could bankrupt ITV, as contestants compete to win an unlimited jackpot.
In what ITV says is “the biggest prize ever” up for grabs, the five-part series features an endless money ladder, with only one correct answer cashing in the money.
If they push their luck too far, they’ll walk out of the game and lose everything.
Speaking of the unlimited prize money, Ant told MailOnline: ‘We were worried we would put ITV out of business.
“We had a few sleepless nights to find out if the contestants would keep winning and winning and we gave away millions of pounds.
“Someone could go on and win a world first in terms of the amount of money. There is a concern that someone will go on forever.
Ant & Dec were speaking to the UK’s biggest TV and film website, Digital Spy. Ant & Dec’s Unlimited Gain continues tonight at 8.30pm on ITV and ITV Hub
New show: Ant and Dec also joked that their new game show could bankrupt ITV, as contestants compete to win an unlimited jackpot