Everyone knows Ant & Dec are close, but now the presenting duo have revealed they are even insured against one of them dying.
In an interview with Radio Times, Ant said: "We're insured against the other dying.
"It's not for tens of millions but a fair chunk. If [Dec] does ever die in unfortunate circumstances, I'm going to be the first person the police come to because I've got a motive.
"Maybe when we're 50 and not getting paid as we used to, I'll knock him off."
After another successful run of 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here', Ant and Dec are returning as hosts of 'Britain's Got Talent' next month and will return to ITV this weekend for their first series of 'Saturday Night Takeaway' since 2009.
Talking about the new series, Ant said recently: "You think you've seen it all, then a man with a saucepan on his head turns up! We can’t wait to see who or what turns up this time."
But Dec expressed concern that nothing will please show boss Simon Cowell quite like last year's Pudsey did: "Simon was the happiest I have ever seen him when Ashleigh and Pudsey won! I’m not sure we’ll ever see him as happy again – so that’s the challenge, Great Britain: show us what you've got!"
Since their win in May, which was watched by a peak of 14.5 million viewers, Ashleigh and Pudsey have performed in front of Her Majesty The Queen at the Royal Variety Performance, appeared on 'America’s Got Talent', been guests on 'The Jay Leno Show' and Pudsey has even penned (or pawed) his autobioDOGraphy.
And runners-up Jonathan & Charlotte have seen their debut album go gold.
Arg and Mark Wright
The two 'TOWIE' boys were basically inseparable before Mark left the show this year. Their foolish capers were one of the best parts of the show but Arg has taken up the mantle of TOWIE's resident laddish ladies man since his bezzie vacated the position.
Dale Winton and David Walliams
In what could be the the campest bromance in celebville, perma-tanned TV presenter Dale and 'Little Britain' star David Walliams are the best of mates and are often spotted dining out together.
Matt Cardle and Aiden Grimshaw
The two former 'X Factor' contestants bonded a lot during their time on the show, which Cardle won in 2010. Grimshaw started strongly but came a disappointing ninth!
George Clooney and Brad Pitt
Brad Pitt and George Clooney go way back and are widely recognised as best friends off the screen too. The partners-in-crime have been in four films together and also teamed up to start a charity.
Nick Grimshaw and Harry Styles
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Matt Damon and Ben Affleck
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are, like Clooney and Pitt, very close, having written 'Good Will Hunting' together, which won them an Oscar, and are planning to continue making movies together.
Ant and Dec
Where would British television presenting be without the veteran Geordie boys? Who else could we trust to laugh sheepishly at weird people on Britain's Got Talent? They've been in the biz for over twenty years together and can STILL stand the sight of each other - they even live around the corner from one another.
Kanye West and Jay-Z
Two supremely talented artists combined to form one rap supergroup this year for the album 'Watch The Throne', which finally united Jay-Z and Kanye West together on record. The duo, two of the most powerful me in music, are best of buds too!
Tom Felton and Rupert Grint
They might be mortal enemies in the films, but Ron Weasley and Draco Malfoy - or rather, Rupert Grint and Tom Felton are the best of friends off-screen. Grint even wore a 'I Love Tom Felton' t-shirt on the red carpet at one premiere.
Ed Westwick and Chace Crawford
Ed, centre, and Chace, right, two-thirds of the male contingent of Gossip Girl have propped up the hot, well-spoken rich male TV trope all on their own for the past few years - both on and off screen. Good men.