Much-loved presenting duo Ant and and Dec are reuniting on screen when Britain's Got Talent returns this weekend.

Ant McPartlin has been absent from TV following his arrest for drink-driving in March last year. He received treatment for alcohol addiction following the drink-driving charge which saw him banned from driving for 20 months and fined £86,000

Declan Donnelly, who has hosted the live Britain's Got Talent shows alone, will be reuniting with McPartlin, while Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams will also return to judge a host of variety acts at both the London Palladium and The Lowry in Manchester.

A drag artist dressed as Queen Elizabeth, a ventriloquist from Devon and an unexpected strip-show from one of the judges will feature as the competition returns for its 13th series.

Also auditioning in front of the panel will be a Dalek from Nottinghamshire and brothers from Russia whose death-defying act will have the judges covering their eyes.

McPartlin and Donnelly make their return to screens on Saturday, April 6 at 7.15pm for the new series of Britain's Got Talent on Virgin Media One and ITV.

The presenters recently revealed that they considered ending their screen partnership, with Donnelly saying McPartlin's drink-driving was "indefensible".

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