Ant and Dec may be heading to number one this weekend but the TV presenters have insisted they won’t be making a comeback as PJ & Duncan.
The pair called their return to the charts a ‘bizarre weird thing’ but said they had no plans to follow up the recent success of Let’s Get Ready To Rhumble with any more music.
Declan Donnelly told Capital FM: ‘Let me just quash that rumour now, this won’t be the start of anything. This is the start, the middle and the end of everything.
‘There won’t be any follow-up singles. We’re quite happy with our television career. This is just some bizarre weird thing that’s happened, and let’s all just move on.’
Ant and Dec are currently top of the midweek charts as their Byker Grove alter egos PJ & Duncan after they performed their 1994 hit single Let’s Get Ready To Rhumble on their show Saturday Night Takeaway last weekend.
On Wedensday, the pair had sold nearly 46,000 copies of the song, which originally charted at number nine.
Ant McPartlin told Chris Evans on his Radio 2 breakfast show that they will be donating all the profits from the single to children’s charity, Childline.
He said: ‘Let’s Get Ready To Rhumble kind of changed everything for us. I never thought we’d be performing it 19 years later on a Saturday night TV show!
‘People are still buying the track, so we’ve just decided that any money we make out of it will be put towards Childline.’