Amanda Holden to quit Britain's Got Talent
Amanda Holden has hinted she will leave 'Britain's Got Talent' after 10 years as a judge on the ITV show.
Amanda Holden has hinted she will quit 'Britain's Got Talent' after 10 years as a judge.
The 44-year-old star has been on the panel of the talent show since it began in 2007 and has suggested she may walk away after doing a decade and take some time off to enjoy herself.
Speaking at a press conference for the programme, she said: "I would love to make it 10 and then call it a day. I think, 10 years is an amazing feat. I want a nice big clock when I leave and some holiday in the sunshine. And a retirement package."
Amanda - who appears on the panel with David Walliams, Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon - has also been acting as a guest presenter on 'This Morning' while regular host Holly Willoughby is on maternity leave and she's up for more hosting work.
The mother-of-two - who has Alexa, nine and Hollie, three, with her husband Chris Hughes - has revealed she has a new project lined-up but she is staying tight-lipped on the details, only promising it will be "great".