Amanda Holden wants to co-host the Baftas with her TV sidekick Alan Carr.
The ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judge, 52, is currently presenting her and 47-year-old Alan’s home makeover series the ‘Italian Job’, which has reportedly been given the green light for a third series after the duo became a hit doing up homes in Sicily and Tuscany.
Amanda tells The Sun’s TV Magazine, out on Saturday (10.02.24), about their future plans: “We thrive on live telly! The Baftas might be good, but I feel it would be a tough audience.”
Alan, who was also interviewed in the magazine, added: “The Brits would be lovely, but by god I’m too old now.
“There’s a band called Wet Leg, and I’m like, ‘Why would you call yourself Wet Leg, love?’”
Amanda is famous for sharing her saucy home life, and has admitted she cooks naked in front of her family – despite being unhappy with her rear.
Amanda – whose racy dresses on ‘BGT’ have sparked hundreds of complaints to broadcast watchdog Ofcom for being “too revealing” – told the Daily Mail about how she coked a Sunday roast in her birthday suit: “I was quite literally the Naked Chef. I got out of the shower, realised I was running late to get everything on the table so I didn’t bother to get dressed.
“I just raced downstairs, got the potatoes on, the meat in the oven and my veggie option. It definitely made it more interesting.”
But Amanda’s domestic nudity has made her realise she needs to work on her exercise regime.
She added at the time: “My bottom isn’t looking so great at the moment because I’ve slacked off in lockdown.
“I’m an outdoor exerciser – I like yoga and running but it’s been too cold.”