Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway fans object to 'inappropriate' song in show's big finale

Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway fans object to 'inappropriate' song in show's big finale

ANT and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway fans objected to the "inappropriate" song in the show's big finale.

The ITV show invited singer Raye and DJs Joel Corry and David Guetta to perform their new song Bed.

However, some fans complained that the lyrics were "inappropriate" for a family show.

The song included the lyric: "I got a bed, but I'd rather be in yours."

Some Saturday Night Takeaway viewers took to Twitter to complain, with one person saying: "What a whole-heartedly inappropriate song to kick off an evening of Saturday night family entertainment with. Bizarre."

Another added: "Appropriate lyrics for a family show"

A third quipped: "Two things one inappropriate song for children and two If she’s in my bed where am I going to sleep"

However, others were filled with praise for the song, with one person saying: "Love how good @raye is at live performances"

Another said: "Bloody love @JoelCorry @davidguetta and @raye new single Bed. Just such a fab song. And I LOVE how happy Joel is when he DJs – you can tell he's just living his dream and it's so awesome to watch"

A third remarked: "YESSS @raye absolutely smashed it"

The cheekiness continued into the night – with naughty jokes thrown at Stephen Mulhern's expense.

The innuendos came thick and fast during the Ant v Dec challenge as the lads competed to see who was the best at handling bowls.

Stephen was lowered from the ceiling ahead of the game dressed as a large gold cup.

Unable to resist, Ant asked: "What's that little knob on your head?"

Things got even more cheeky when Ant was crowned winner.

Revealing the presenter had won him as a prize, Stephen asked: "Where are you going to put me?"

Ant said: "In my back passage."

However, he swiftly clarified he meant in his home, for those who might have thought he meant something else.

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