Let’s Get Ready To Rhumble! Did you see PJ & Duncan at The Regent in 1996?

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s - Credit: Archant

Back before they were presenting I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and The Brit Awards, Ant and Dec took the UK by storm with their pop duo act, PJ & Duncan.

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s - Credit: Archant

Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly toured the UK performing smash hits such as Let’s Get Ready To Rhumble and Better Watch Out, and visited The Ipswich Regent in 1996.

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s - Credit: Archant

The duo first met on the set of Byker Grove in 1988, when they played friends PJ & Duncan.

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s - Credit: Archant

From acting to producing and from comedy to singing, Ant & Dec are recognised as national treasures within the entertainment industry.

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s - Credit: Archant

To assist with identification, they follow the 180-degree rule; with the exception of some early publicity shots, all of their television appearances and publicity photos have Ant on the left and Dec on the right.

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s - Credit: Archant

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s

Let us know if you saw PJ & Duncan on tour in the 90s - Credit: Archant

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