Amanda Holden's 'naughty' This Morning role

Amanda Holden has joked her pals think the content on 'This Morning' has become "a lot naughtier" since started filling in for co-host Holly Willoughby

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Amanda Holden holding the real snake, a reticulated python, studied by the Visual Effects Department as a basis for some of Voldemort's snake Nagini's movements at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter, Dark Arts area open now.

Amanda Holden's friends think 'This Morning' has become "a lot naughtier" since she started co-hosting the show.

The 43-year-old star has been filling in for regular co-presenter Holly Willoughby - who is on maternity leave - and joked her pals have noticed a change in the content since she joined the programme, on which she had to interview Edward Smith, who has had sex with more than 700 cars, live on yesterday's (14.10.14) show.

Speaking at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter in Watford, south east England, for the launch of the first, new permanent feature devoted to the Dark Arts last night (14.10.14), she exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "Some of my friends have said to me they think the content is a lot naughtier since I've been on the show. But I don't book the guests!"

Amanda and her 'This Morning' co-presenter Phillip Schofield managed to keep their composure during the bizarre segment, during which she said to Edward: "So, you lost your virginity to a Volkswagen Beetle?"

Phillip also sparked a comical reaction from several Twitter users when he asked the car lover what he would do if his beloved Beetle was ever "rear-ended".

Amanda explained last night: "I never know if the camera is on me or not when we do those segments so I was trying to keep a straight face. It was tough when Philip said "rear-ended" though.

"But afterwards we all said we thought Edward was quite endearing."

Amanda had another bizarre encounter last night when she literally came face-to-face with a 12ft reticulated python, which was studied by the 'Harry Potter' Visual Effects Department as a basis for some of Voldemort's snake Nagini's movements.

The blonde beauty put on a brave face as the serpent slithered around her head while she posed for pictures on the magical set of the film franchise.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter - unveiled the first, new permanent feature devoted to the Dark Arts, which is open now.

The new permanent Dark Arts section will be launched with a two-week event highlighting the Dark Arts from Friday (17.10.14) to November 3 and all extra activities are included in the ticket price. www.wbstudiotour.co.uk

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