Saturday Night Takeaway viewers were left doing a double take after boyband Busted took to the stage for a jaw-dropping performance.
The hit ITV show, fronted by Geordie legends Ant and Dec, was back on TV screens on Saturday (April 1).
And joining the presenting duo at the end of the show was 2000s band Busted – who recently announced their reunion.
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The band, consisting of Matt Willis, 39, James Bourne, 39, and recent Masked Singer champ Charlie Simpson, 37, is known for hits like Year 300 and What I Go To School For.
And as part of an epic comeback, the trio took to the stage during Saturday Night Takeaway to put on a jaw-dropping performance.
But minutes into gig, viewers were left rushing to Twitter to share the same thought.
“They still look exactly the same as they did when I first became a fan twenty one years ago,” proclaimed one fan.
Echoing their thoughts, someone else added: “Charlie Simpson's barely aged."
“Honestly Matt Willis from Busted has got better with age, what a sort,” gushed a third viewer.
A fourth chimed in and said: “Busted look the same as they did 20 years ago."
Busted confirmed they will be reuniting for a 15-date tour and a new album after teasing fans with a cryptic message on social media.
The first ticket sale started on Wednesday (March 29).
Elsewhere in the show, chaos ensued just minutes into the episode when Ant and Dec had no choice but to move on.
The dynamic duo kicked off the show with a game of Ring My Bell which involves both the studio audience and members of the public.
Ant and Dec take over live Ring video doorbell feeds from unsuspecting members of the studio audience and if they recognise a doorbell as their own, they stand up and shout "Ding Dong! That’s my Doorbell!"
This prompts nearby neighbours to get to the chosen house in a limited time holding an item requested by Ant and Dec.
During one of the rounds, the presenters asked members of the public to run to the chosen house carrying dirty laundry.
But chaos ensued when an elderly lady named Cynthia appeared at the door, before several neighbours appeared carrying their washing.
"Cynthia, hi," said Ant. "You're live on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway. Do you have any dirty laundry with you," he laughed.
A puzzled Cynthia didn't respond as Ant insisted: "Cynthia, I might need to speak to the people behind you."
As she continued to ignore them and ring the doorbell, the presenters and studio audience erupted with laughter as they watched the chaos unfold before them.
"Someone say ring my bell," shouted Ant, directing the message to the people behind Cynthia.
This is chaos!" exclaimed Ant before he turned to the studio audience member and apologised as he said: "I'm so sorry, we're going to have to move on
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