Amanda Holden has hinted that her appearance on this year's Britain's Got Talent could be her last.
Following the reports that she was allegedly upset with the amount of coverage new judges David Walliams and Alesha Dixon have been getting since the show started, the actress who has been a judge on the show since it began in 2007 told The Sun that she would accept the BGT bosses decision if they didn't want her to return next year.
Amanda, who missed a part of the BGT auditions earlier this year following the birth of her daughter, said:
"It’s good when there are changes on the panel — what Simon Cowell’s done this year is give it a kick up the ar*e and it’s worked. I might not be here next year but I totally respect that. I am already on my bonus years. I only said I’d do five years.”
Believing that Alesha, who quit the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing for the show, will be back on the panel next year, Amanda added:
“Alesha will be here next year.”
Dismissing any reports of animosity between them, Alesha said: “Amanda has been supporting me. I was asking her advice — there is no training on this job. You just turn up. I was going back after each show and asking Amanda’s advice. I love the fact the judges are a team and not competing with each other"
What do you think? Would you still like to see Amanda on the BGT panel next year?
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