Amanda Holden storms off set with Jimmy Carr after ‘rude’ remark from contestant on I Can See Your Voice


AMANDA Holden walked off set after a cutting remark from one of the contestants on I Can See Your Voice. The Britain’s Got Talent judge and her co-star Jimmy Carr are seen marching off the set.

It came after a player called Haloo dismissed their assistance, saying: “I love you guys but you are no help.”

At that Holden, 51, was seen rising from her chair and following comedian Jimmy off to the side of the set.

Host Paddy McGuinness is heard saying: “Off you go, see you later.” Then, referring to another celebrity guest: “Lulu, you can stay.”

Keeping his beloved phone just out of the water’s reach, he announced: “Ey up, shower news… Mad one this, I came on to tell you about brand new Top Gear, it’s starting in about five minutes… and I’ve realised something. I’ve done the hat trick!

“Now, I’ve hosted shows on Christmas Day, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve on the telly, but I’ve never had the hat-trick. That means I’ve got a show on Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday night.

“Fridays we’re Question of Sport, Saturday night’s I Can See Your Voice, and Sundays, brand new Top Gear. I’ve been at this job over 20 years and that’s never happened. “

“Is it a record? I need to know,” the chuffed presenter continued. “Anyhow, I’ve got the hat trick boys, it’s going on the mantelpiece.

“Anyhow, quite proud of that. Brand new Top Gear in Thailand. Get on it!”

A handful of celeb pals were quick to comment about the bizarre video, with The Crown star Jonny Lee Miller adding to Paddy’s list of accomplishments by commenting: “Also one handed showering not easy.”

“Practice, practice, practice,” Paddy responded.

Keith Lemon shared: “I’ve had an hat-trick! But only at Christmas. Salute.”

Another of the celebrity panel, This Morning’s Alison Hammond, is shown roaring with laughter.

The moment – which will air on Saturday evening – was released in a sneak preview by the BBC show today.

I Can See Your Voice sees players confronted with a group of six mystery singers, identified only by their jobs.

Helped by a celebrity panel, two contestants are challenged to eliminate bad singers from the group without ever hearing them sing

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