Amanda Holden is pure filth on set, says Jimmy Carr
- Bang Showbiz
- 8 April 2021
Amanda Holden's comments during filming for her new BBC show were too rude for the pre-watershed programme
Jimmy Carr claims Amanda Holden is "pure filth" on set.
The 48-year-old TV star has revealed the blonde beauty had to be censored by the BBC during filming for 'I Can See Your Voice', admitting her comments were simply too rude for the pre-watershed show.
He shared: "Amanda Holden is a tiny, petite little thing and she looks very fancy, but she’s got the mouth of a trucker. She’s pure filth.
"We had to edit round her with this show."
By contrast, the stand-up star insisted he was on his best behaviour during filming.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "It’s a slightly different side of me. It’s a very friendly show. It’s very joyful.
"I was dancing around and having a great time."
Jimmy also promised that the new show will be a "family-friendly" programme.
He explained: "It feels like a bit of an antidote. It feels like it’s exactly what we need. It’s so family-friendly to watch. You want something you can watch together and there’s no edge."
Earlier this week, meanwhile, Amanda admitted she still has "primal sex" with her husband Chris Hughes.
The 50-year-old TV star revealed that their love life is as passionate now as it has ever been.
She explained: "He can't keep his hands off me. I actually tell him off because I say, 'I don't want to have a kiss and a grope while I'm trying to load the dishwasher.'
"Chrispy's up for it any time. Always. So it's when I decide. Poor chap!"
Prior to that, Amanda revealed she loves walking around her house naked.
She said: "It's absolutely par for the course for me to be walking around with no clothes on in our house.
"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."