Alison Hammond and Ricky Wilson can’t contain their laughter when Amanda Holden accidentally makes a VERY rude hand gesture on I Can See Your Voice
Amanda Holden left Ricky Wilson and Alison Hammond crying with laughter when she accidentally made an X-rated gesture on I Can See Your Voice on Saturday.
The presenter, 50, was talking about one of the contestants playing the violin when the rude hand movement slipped out.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge inadvertently made the gesture as the panel discussed whether that week’s performer – known as Songbird – could really sing.
Oops! Amanda Holden accidentally made an X-rated gesture on I Can See Your Voice while talking about playing the violin on Saturday
The celebrities tried to help contestants Sophie and Josh solve the mystery by deducing whether the singer had any musical talent.
“You said she’s a multi-instrumentalist?” Jimmy Carr asked the host of the show Paddy McGuinness who said he was right.
“I imagine if that’s true, she can hold a tune?” Jimmy inferred from what little evidence he had.
Shocking: The host left Ricky Wilson and Alison Hammond crying with laughter as the rude hand gesture slipped
But the Kaiser Chiefs frontman, Ricky, distrusted the comedians’ logic, saying, “They didn’t have close-ups of the fingers, though.”
Amanda then weighed in and tried to demonstrate how the musician had held the instrument, but it seemed she was doing something far more risky.
As the Britain’s Got Talent judge moved her fingers around, Jimmy cackled, exclaiming, “It’s a family show!”
Shy Amanda scrambled quickly to explain herself amid giggles and exclaimed, “No! But do you know what I mean? … If your fingers tremble on the violin?! ‘
“We all know what you mean,” Paddy replied timidly. “But let’s get back to singing.”
X-rated: Amanda’s co-star Jimmy Carr reminded her the program was a ‘family show’ after her explicit finger action
The challenging moment comes after it was revealed earlier this month that Amanda will star in her own series called No Holden Back at E4.
The presenter, who previously teased that she was working on a secret project, said she is ‘delighted’ with her own show.
The eight-part series follows Amanda’s ‘unique relationship’ with her Nan Myrtle, as the star moves back in with her beloved grandmother.
Amanda told The sun: ‘I am very happy that everyone finally meets my grandmother, the apple never falls far from my tree and in this series she will certainly keep me on my toes.’
Show: The challenging moment comes after it was revealed earlier this month that Amanda will star in her own series called No Holden Back on E4
A spokesperson for her grandmother, Myrtle, said, “I have no comment, except that I really hope that when I get on TV, I can finally meet my favorite young man, Ben Shephard.”
Channel 4 editor-in-chief Steven Handley told the publication: ‘Amanda is one of the UK’s most famous stars and we are delighted to get an insight into her life with her grandmother.’
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Amanda and Channel 4 for further comment.
The show will also be broadcast on Channel 4, which means that Amanda will have programs on ITV (Britain’s Got Talent), BBC (I Can See Your Voice) and Channel 4 (No Holden Back).
Reality series: The presenter said she is “delighted” with her own show No Holden Back (pictured with her daughters Alexa, 15, and Hollie, nine, in March).