ANT McPartlin is set to come face-to-face with his ex Lisa Armstrong at the TV Baftas tomorrow – as they have both been nominated for awards.
The pair have an uneasy relationship, with her liking a comment last month that said she had been “s**t on from a great height”, meaning any reunion could be awkward.
Getty – Contributor Ant and Lisa at the Baftas before they split in 2015
Ant, 43, is up for two awards with Declan Donnelly at the Baftas tomorrow night for their show Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.
Meanwhile make-up guru Lisa, 42, will also be at the ceremony thanks to her work on Strictly Come Dancing, which is up for Best Television Programme.
Lawyers for Ant and Lisa are currently thrashing out a financial settlement that could cost the Britain’s Got Talent star tens of millions of pounds.
Legal experts have speculated that she could walk away with a huge slice of Ant’s enormous £63 million fortune – with 50 per cent a starting point.
Lisa helped Ant celebrate his Bafta win in 2017
Getty – Contributor Ant with Lisa alongside Dec and wife Ali Astall in 2015
All eyes are sure to be on the pair when they arrive on the red carpet at the Royal Festival Hall in London, especially if Ant brings girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett.
Ant and Lisa used to pose for pictures alongside Dec and his wife Ali Astall and they may be invited to do the same this year – with Anne-Marie where Lisa used to be.
Telly veteran Ant and Lisa announced they were getting divorced in January last year, two months before his drink-driving arrest and the stint in rehab that followed.
Anne-Marie and Ant were first seen together in March last year and again walking his dog Hurley together and taking a shopping trip to Harrods in London.
Getty – Contributor Ant and Dec have been nominated for yet another award
But if anyone was expecting a dramatic showdown between the couple and Lisa, they do have had some practise in the ancient game of ‘dodge the ex’.
Ant and Lisa expertly managed to avoid bumping into each other at the Bafta nominees’ party early this month and are likely to attempt the same tomorrow.
The Bafta TV Awards are on BBC1 on Sunday from 8pm, but won’t be broadcast live, with a two-hour edited package airing.
Lisa Armstrong confesses to being ‘s**t on from a great height’
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