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Amanda Holden to bombard viewers after snapping up work on BBC, ITV and Channel4


Amanda Holden has made history by becoming the first star to work on all three major UK TV channels at the same time after landing a secret job with Channel 4.

The 50-year-old will soon be on screens more than ever before as she helms shows on the BBC, ITV and on the top secret new Channel 4 project.

Amanda – who first enjoyed a taste of fame all the way back in 1991 as a contestant on ITV’s Blind Date – is currently featuring on BBC One’s I Can See Your Voice and is expected to return to the judging panel of Britain’s Got Talent later this year.

And now, canny Mandy has managed to scoop up even more work after previously refusing to sign a “golden handcuffs” deal to tie her to one channel.



Amanda Holden has scored projects on the BBC, ITV and Channel 4

Thus the presenter, actress, judge and singer is set to pop up on screens again soon with a brand new show.

A source told The Sun: “This is the first time Amanda has worked with Channel 4.

“It’s a top-secret brand new show format and will take Amanda back to her TV roots, having started out on shows like Kiss Me Kate, Hearts and Bones and Cutting It in the Nineties.



Mandy also hosts a radio show on Heart FM

“Everyone wants a piece of Amanda right now.”

It’s not just TV keeping Amanda busy, as she also hosts a radio show on Heart FM.

The sweet talking star helms a weekday show alongside Jamie Theakston.



The TV babe will be all over our screens this year

Meanwhile, Mandy will be featuring on one of the world’s biggest TV shows later this month when she pops up on the Eurovision Song Contest to announce the UK scores for the 2021 competition.

Amanda previously teased her new mystery project on Instagram last month.

Sharing a snap of herself dressed in white, she she wrote: “Starting to film a fun new project today #BackToMyRoots.”





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