Amanda Holden gets emotional as Britain’s Got Talent contestant dances to her song

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Viewers will find the female judge emotional in the new series as she watches a little girl dance to her version of Over The Rainbow from her album.

Amanda Holden
The judge said it was a “real emotional moment”

Amanda Holden said her highlight on the new series of Britain’s Got Talent was taking part in one of the auditions.

Viewers will find her “emotional” when a girl sings a demo using a song from her album Songs From My Heart, which she released in October 2020.

Amanda said: “A little girl came out and danced to my version of Over The Rainbow! I said, ‘Oh my God, that’s my song!’ The proudest thing is to say to Simon, “That’s the version of me.” And then he made some cheeky jokes about it. I can’t wait to text my husband saying, ‘Oh my god, this little one just danced to my song! ” when he presided over the entire album.

“It was a really emotional moment and it was like a dream.”

BGT’s new series has been criticized by some audiences for having a number of professional performers on the series. This weekend saw professional impressionist Suzi Wild and in the opening show, singer Loren Allred had a global hit from The Greatest Showman.

But it’s not against the rules and when asked about the wave of support, Amanda, 51, said: “Well, there’s a real mix. There are some professionals who never dared to participate in the program before, but now find themselves in the same position as the others.

The new series was criticized by some viewers for having some professional actors



“The whole industry has come to its knees and I think they saw us as a gateway back to the real stage, and really, they had a great experience, a positive experience and have show us things we’ve never seen before.

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“But at the same time we have mothers, fathers, grandparents and kids trying out something they may have taught themselves during the lockdown. So I think we have a real mix of people who perform for a living and those who don’t. I like that mix behind the scenes because there are politicians who are learning and people who want to learn. It was a large crowd, consisting of people from all walks of life and different genres of entertainment. I think that’s what makes it really exciting this year, no barrier at all.”

Amanda said that although this is the tenth year of the same jury on BGT, coronavirus and filming restrictions mean they have yet to have a proper celebration.

“We haven’t really celebrated properly yet,” she said. That’s probably what we should be doing when everything is done and done this year. We should have dinner together and celebrate that success, because that’s a pretty amazing feat, especially in today’s television environment. ”

  • Britain’s Got Talent continues on Saturday night at 8pm, and so far, you can watch the series on ITV Hub.

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