Amanda Holden makes cheeky joke about Simon Cowell as they return for Britain's Got Talent auditions

AMANDA Holden made a cheeky joke about Simon Cowell during this year's Britain's Got Talent auditions.

The 50-year-old star reunited with the mogul, 62, earlier this week when the auditions for the fifteenth series of the ITV show kick started in London.


Since then Amanda has loved updating fans with behind-the-scenes snaps and videos on her social media.

In one recent post the BGT judge gave an insight into the funny things they all get up to.

The Heart Radio presenter shared a snap of a pretend Simon sitting on a chair wearing trousers really high up just like how he wears them.

It comes after Amanda dazzled on the Britain's Got Talent red carpet yesterday in a see-through top.

She looked great in the daring outfit which showed off her trim tum on Thursday.

Amanda paired the shoulderless top with white trousers and heels for the glam arrival and joined up with Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell and David Walliams.

Climbing out of a solo buggy in front of the London Palladium, Amanda beamed as the crowd cheered and took pictures.

Just days before Amanda looked incredible at auditions for the new series kicked off in the capital.

The star commanded attention in a yellow dress with lace up detailing – and a daring thigh-high slit showing of one of her long legs.

Earlier this week the TV favourite broke down in tears as she spoke about the return of the talent competition, after it was postponed for a year due to the Covid pandemic.

Speaking on Heart Radio Breakfast Show with co-host Jamie Theakston, she said: "Do you know what, I have to say, I cried.

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"I mean it was so lovely to see everybody but when we walked into the theatre and actually had an audience, a proper audience.

"It’s all PCR, all that blinking paraphernalia masks and all that, but we’ve got people in there, live people backing us."

She added: "Two years without, we’ve done like a Christmas special and some sort of, but we had no audience, we had people on zoom, and all of that kind of thing, so it really felt…the crew were just fantastic."

"The atmosphere was electric, and I’m going to say, on the first day, we’ve already had two golden buzzers.

"The talent is phenomenal, through the roof! Amazing, I can’t wait for everyone to see it. Yay!"

It is not known when Britain's Got Talent will air this year, but it usually airs in April.




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