Amanda Holden stays with BGT
'Britain's Got Talent' judge Amanda Holden admits she has spoken to Simon Cowell to make sure her future on the show is safe.
Amanda Holden has blasted rumours she is leaving 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The actress - who has worked as a judge on the talent show since 2007 alongside Simon Cowell and Piers Morgan - confesses she is looking forward to returning to the show in 2011, and her spot on the judging panel is safe.
She told Closer magazine: "The rumours I'm leaving are rubbish - I can't wait to be a judge on 'Britain's Got Talent' next year.
"I've spoken to Simon and the producers definitely want me back."
However, the 39-year-old star did admit she is concerned about working on the show without the usual judges; Simon is thought to be leaving to work on the US version of 'The X Factor', while Piers is taking up a job replacing 'Larry King Live' on CNN.
She said: "It'll be scary without my two favourite boys but I'm sure they'll find some feisty replacements."
She also claimed 'Britain's Got Talent' would be rescheduled to appear in the late summer.
The new line-up hasn't been confirmed - James Corden isn't a definite. 'BGT' is taking over the 'X Factor' slot in the summer."