Britain’s Got Talent’s Dec Donnelly breaks down in tears – but is it all as it seems?

BRITAIN'S Got Talent star Dec Donnelly broke down in tears in a new video- but not all is as it seems.

His partner in crime Ant McPartlin, 46, shared a clip of the star looking very sad on their joint Instagram account.

In the video Ant walks into a room where Dec, 46, is working away at a computer.

Trying to hide his laughter, Ant asks Dec: "On no, what's the matter?

A confused Dec replies: "What?"

Ant continues to ask him if he's ok and what he's crying for.

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As he walks away the presenter looks extremely upset and as if he has been crying.

Ant says: "You seem really upset, is everything ok with you? What are you crying for?"

Dec replies: "I'm not!"

Ant jokes: "Who has upset you? I'll beat them up if they've upset you!"

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Social media fans will have noticed that it was just Ant messing around with the TikTok "sad face filter".

Over the past month it has become a huge trend on the app.

Ant captioned the post: "Having a bawl with this one 😂 #cryingfilter."

Many found the post hilarious.

Comedian Chris Ramsey wrote in the comments section: "👏👏👏👏👏👏."

Another said: "🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 hilarious!!

A third chimed in: "😂 love this!"

"This made my day!!! Thanks boys," a fourth added.

It comes days after their win at the Baftas.

The duo were awarded Best Entertainment for Saturday Night Takeaway. 

Despite the continuous run of wins in the long-running career, Ant and Dec insist each award means just as much. 

“This means a lot tonight, to still be nominated 17 years later and still be winning 17 years on means an awful lot, said Ant.

“We’re thrilled to be able to do this job and still get away with it after all these years. It means more now than it ever did. 

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Dec added: “We’re going to keep going as long as we can as long as the knees and back hold out.

"SNT is what we always wanted to make because we grew up on these kind of shows. It’s proper British Saturday night entertainment.”

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