Ant and Dec show off dance moves
Ant and Dec have shown off their own talents as they joined hundreds of people for a square dance.
The Geordie duo teamed up with a mob of dancers - many dressed as cheerleaders or carnival queens in feathers and sequins - to film an opening sequence for Britain's Got Talent.
The presenters of the ITV1 show, which launches later this month, showed off their skills in London's Trafalgar Square.
They said it reminded them of when they used to bust a move with their own pop career as PJ and Duncan.
The gathered dancers performed a choreographed routine to Queen hit Don't Stop Me Now.
Ant McPartlin said of the stunt: "It was great fun. The last time I danced in Trafalgar Square was after a night on the town."
Declan Donnelly added: "It was good to dust off the old dance moves. PJ & Duncan would've been proud, although we got a few funny looks from the tourists."
BGT is to go up against new BBC1 show The Voice when both programmes launch on March 24.