Saturday Night Takeaway: Sir Mo Farah screams when Ant and Dec force him to lie down in an ICE BATH

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Sir Mo Farah is shocked when he takes part in Get Out Of Me Ear in Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

In scenes airing on the series finale, the Olympian is instructed to lie down in an ice bath while unknowingly conducting a tour of his bathroom.

A teaser clip shows Sir Mo, 38, standing in the tub filled with ice while talking to a man named Ricky, who is totally unaware that the athlete is participating in Get Out of Me Ear.

Ice cream baby!  Sir Mo Farah is shocked when he takes part in Get Out Of Me Ear in Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and is told by the duo to immerse themselves in an ice bath.

Ice cream baby! Sir Mo Farah is shocked when he takes part in Get Out Of Me Ear in Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and is told by the duo to immerse themselves in an ice bath.

The popular Saturday Night Takeaway segment follows a series of celebrities who are instructed to perform often embarrassing tasks, instructed by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, both 45, through an earpiece.

In the clip, Mo says to Ricky as he scrambles in the tub, “Come on, come in,” as Ant says with a laugh, “I didn’t think he would actually do it!”

The cheeky duo then tells the I’m A Celebrity star to say, “That’s cold Ricky … I’ll tell you what’s cold when I lie down.”

Funny: The popular Saturday Night Takeaway segment follows a series of celebrities who are instructed to perform frequent tasks, instructed by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly

Funny: The popular Saturday Night Takeaway segment follows a series of celebrities who are instructed to perform frequent tasks, instructed by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly

Funny: The popular Saturday Night Takeaway segment follows a series of celebrities who are instructed to perform frequent tasks, instructed by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly

Brrrr: In scenes airing on Saturday's series finale, the Olympian is instructed to lie down in an ice bath while giving a tour of his bathroom to unknown guests

Brrrr: In scenes airing on Saturday's series finale, the Olympian is instructed to lie down in an ice bath while giving a tour of his bathroom to unknown guests

Brrrr: In scenes airing on Saturday’s series finale, the Olympian is instructed to lie down in an ice bath while giving a tour of his bathroom to unknown guests

Ricky exclaims and dips a finger in the icy water.

Mo wakes himself up and says, “Come on Ricky, come on,” before immersing himself in the ice bath.

Ant claps and says, ‘yes Mo!’, As they watch the scene unfold in another room and laugh as the athlete screams for being so cold.

In the series finale, Mo Gillagan will star as the guest announcer, while there will be a special End of the Show Show with Jon Courtenay.

Hilarious: A teaser clip shows Sir Mo, 38, standing in the tub filled with ice while talking to a man named Ricky, who is totally unaware that the athlete is participating in Get Out of Me Ear

Hilarious: A teaser clip shows Sir Mo, 38, standing in the tub filled with ice while talking to a man named Ricky, who is totally unaware that the athlete is participating in Get Out of Me Ear

Hilarious: A teaser clip shows Sir Mo, 38, standing in the tub filled with ice while talking to a man named Ricky, who is totally unaware that the athlete is participating in Get Out of Me Ear

Oh no!  The cheeky duo then tells the I'm A Celebrity star to say, 'That's cold Ricky ... I'll tell you what's cold when I lie down'

Oh no!  The cheeky duo then tells the I'm A Celebrity star to say, 'That's cold Ricky ... I'll tell you what's cold when I lie down'

Oh no! The cheeky duo then tells the I’m A Celebrity star to say, ‘That’s cold Ricky … I’ll tell you what’s cold when I lie down’

Other highlights that will hit the show include the final episode of their drama Double Trouble, in which their evil clones target them.

Stephen Mulhern revealed that this Saturday’s show would be the last of the series.

He closed last week’s show and joked about what it was now called ‘Stephen Mulhern’s Saturday Night Takeaway’, letting fans know that the next episode was the last of this season, saying, ‘Come next week with me for the last show of the series’

It was also confirmed by an ITV voiceover at the end of the episode that the show would air its final episode of the season the following week.

Dare: He wakes himself up and says, “Come on Ricky, come on,” before immersing himself in the ice bath. Ant claps and says: ‘yes Mo!’

ITV representatives confirmed to MailOnline that the show was always scheduled to air just seven episodes, and the same number of episodes aired for last year’s show.

Other highlights that will hit the show include the final episode of their drama Double Trouble, in which their evil clones target them.

Fans of the show took to Twitter to express their grief over the show that had already reached the final episode of the series.

An upset fan shared a photo of a crying person writing: ‘It’s the season’s final episode next week ?? i’m not ready (sic). ‘

Another added that they were ‘feeling a little emotional knowing it’s the last episode of #SaturdayNightTakeaway next week’

Dissatisfied with the news, one viewer added: ‘#SaturdayNightTakeaway fun show last night last night’s epic next week šŸ™ šŸ™ :(‘

About ... for now: Stephen Mulhern revealed that this Saturday's show would be the last of the series.  ITV revealed that the show has brought in a hugely impressive 8.5 million viewers

About ... for now: Stephen Mulhern revealed that this Saturday's show would be the last of the series.  ITV revealed that the show has brought in a hugely impressive 8.5 million viewers

About … for now: Stephen Mulhern revealed that this Saturday’s show would be the last of the series. ITV revealed that the show has brought in a hugely impressive 8.5 million viewers