Amanda Holden swears again on Britain’s Got More Talent a day after dropping the F bomb on the live semi-final

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AMANDA Holden swore again on Tuesday’s Britain’s Got More Talent – a day after dropping the F bomb on the first live semi-final.

The 48-year-old had claimed during the second semi-final she had “washed her mouth out with soap” after swearing before the watershed the previous evening.

Amanda Holden swore again on Tuesday’s Britain’s Got More Talent – a day after dropping the F bomb on the first live semi-final
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But fast forward a couple of hours and Amanda stunned her fellow judges and More Talent host Stephen Mulhern with her potty mouth once again.

While playing a game called Tip of the Tongue on the spin-off show, each judge had to pick a word beginning with a particular letter to describe something Stephen read out.

When he asked them to describe his show, beginning with the letter ‘s’, Amanda jumped straight in and said: “S**T!”

Alesha Dixon gasped and cried “Amanda!” while head judge Simon Cowell looked unimpressed.

Amanda swore during the first live semi-final on Monday when she was part of The Haunting’s act
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Amanda said the word ‘s**t’ during a game on the spin off show
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Her answer shocked host Stephen Mulhern
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Their reaction led Amanda to putting her head in her hands before placing her hands together as if she was waiting to be handcuffed.

Amanda – who wowed fans in a revealing blue gown – told Stephen: “Just take me away.”

Viewers were loving her comments, with one writing on Twitter: “Love sweary Amanda!! #BGT.”

Another added: “Amanda has a hell of a potty mouth #BGT”.


A third agreed, writing: “Amanda Holden has got a right potty mouth this week! #BGT.”

While a fourth tweeted: “Did Amanda just drop the S-Bomb?!”

On Monday night, Amanda said the F word after being brought on stage during spooky magic act, The Haunting.

Amanda put her head on the table after she swore
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She then joked she should be taken away in handcuffs
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After making it back to her seat in one piece, Amanda issued an apology.

She said: “I really want to apologise for saying a terrible word. I know my kids are watching so I apologise for that. I can honestly say I feel terrified.”


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