Amanda Holden has reportedly warned Simon Cowell she ‘can’t be replaced’ on Britain’s Got Talent.
The presenter, who has been on the talent show since 2007, reportedly told the Daily Star there is ‘no one’ else who could fill her seat on the judging panel.
When the publication asked who she thought should replace her if she was ever unwell, she replied: “No one. They can just go down to a three!”
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Referencing the time she returned to the programme after nearly dying during childbirth in 2012, the 51-year-old added: “Don’t forget, I came out of a coma to go back on to Britain’s Got Talent. There’s no one who is taking my seat!”
The TV personality went on to add that it’s an ‘incredible achievement’ to have been one of the judges on the programme for so long.
She commented: “I think we’re always grateful for the gig, but this year more than ever, we are happy to be back sat next to each other and be reunited.”
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The hit ITV show returned to screens on Saturday, April 16, and has already caused quite the stir, with many viewers saying there’s been a ‘fix’ already.
Some fans of the programme were left outraged when professional singer Loren Allred went straight through to the semi-finals after she was given the Golden Buzzer.
She managed to pull this off by singing ‘Never Enough’ from The Greatest Showman.
During her appearance on BGT, the 32-year-old admitted that it was actually her voice on the soundtrack of the blockbuster film, despite the fact she didn’t appear on the screen.
Allred has since defended competing on the show, by claiming she’s ‘never had the opportunity to share her story’.
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