We don’t know what to believe anymore.
Last night’s Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway featured a performance from American group The Rembrandts who released the now infamous ‘I’ll Be There For You’ song back in 1994 (It was co-written with Friends producers Marta Kauffman and David Crane).
— Saturday Night Takeaway (@itvtakeaway) April 7, 2018
As part of the show, which was hosted by Dec Donnelly with help from co-hosts Stephen Mulhern and Scarlet Moffatt, contestants on the Singalong Live segment had to sing with the band as they played the song we’ve all heard a thousand times and simply use the correct lyrics. Easy, right? Wrong.
Viewers were confused to hear that the line we all thought was ‘When the rain starts to fall’ is, in fact, ‘When the rain starts to POUR.’ Mind. Blown.
Well we've all just learnt its pour not fall in the Friends lyrics. #saturdaynighttakeaway
— Jonny Huntridge (@jhuntridge) April 7, 2018
A woman on the show learned this the hard way and missed out on a prize because of it. Of course, people were quick to take to Twitter and give their opinions. It’s fair to say the vast majority thought it was ‘fall’ and not ‘pour’.
— Nadine Erskine (@NadineErskine) April 7, 2018
We're glad Caroline didn't follow through with this-
ðŸÅ½¶I'll be there for you, When the rain starts to POUR!!! ðŸÅ½¶ Seriously - who knew it was pour?! I would have bet my mortgage it was ðŸÅ½¶when the rain starts to fall ðŸÅ½¶ learn something new every day #whoknew#SaturdayNightTakeaway
— Caroline Ross (@LittleMizzJ) April 7, 2018
We feel this might be a slight overreaction from Holly.
still cant accept its 'when the rain starts to POUR' and not fall, my whole life is a lie, can never watch friends again #SaturdayNightTakeaway
— hollyâš¡ (@thewalkingphan_) April 7, 2018
Via: Digital Spy