BGTs Amanda Holden has never seen so many body parts used for entertainment

BGTs Amanda Holden has never seen so many body parts used for entertainment

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden made a racy confession about the all-new series of the much-loved talent show.

Amanda exclaimed that she has "never seen so many body parts used for entertainment" when speaking about the upcoming series.

Sitting down with Daily Star and other press ahead of the first episode of the 16th series launching this weekend, the 52-year-old blonde bombshell was asked to sum up the series in a few words.

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And in classic Amanda fashion, the much-loved judge didn't hold back.

"I have never seen so many body parts used for entertainment in 16 years," she revealed tonight (April 13).

Simon, who summed the series up with the word "joy", then chimed in with: "Good point."

This comes after new judge Bruno Tonioli revealed that he pressed the golden buzzer not once, but twice during his first stint on the show.

Appearing on The One Show on Thursday evening (April 13), Bruno spoke about his golden buzzer blunder and how he had "never watched" the show prior to agreeing to be a judge on it.

Speaking on the show, Bruno said: "I had no idea I was up for the job. I had no idea. I had never seen it in my life. I never watched it."

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Talking about accepting the job, he explained: "I said, 'well, what are the rules?'," before he revealed that he was told that there were "no rules" – which in turn led to the blunder.

"Nobody told me that you were supposed to do it [press the golden buzzer] actually only once," he said, before revealing he pressed it twice.

This comes as fans of the long-running talent show gear up to watch the new series this weekend, which marks the 16th series of the beloved show.

Britain’s Got Talent launches on Saturday 15th April, 20:00 and continues on Sunday 16th April, 19:45 on ITV1 and ITVX.


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