‘Don’t do anything quietly!’ Amanda Holden hits out at Alison Hammond on Children in Need
19th November 2021

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Amanda Holden, Alison Hammond and Jimmy Carr returned to BBC One this evening for a Children in Need special of I Can See Your Voice. The trio were joined by Paddy McGuinness who hosted the segment as three BBC news and sport presenters stepped up to the mic in the play-along singing game show. However, Amanda couldn’t resist cheekily hitting out at co-star Alison.

Paddy introduced: “Welcome to I Can See Your Voice, it’s the Children in Need special.

“Now, could you tell a bad singer from a good one before they’ve even sung a note? That’s the aim of this game.

“Our celebrity investigators over there need to weigh up the evidence to find one bad singer from our line-up.”

“Jimmy,” Paddy continued. “You’ve got to spot a bad singer.”

“Is it Amanda?” Jimmy joked and Paddy replied: “It’s not Amanda.”

“Amanda you’ve got a bit of help tonight, how are you feeling?” Paddy asked.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge walked over to Pudsey and asked how the bear was feeling.

“He said, ‘There’s going to be some bear faced lying this evening,’” Amanda said. 

“Alison, how are you feeling?” Paddy asked and she said: “I’m feeling quietly confident tonight.”

“Quietly,” Amanda exclaimed. “You don’t do anything quietly Alison.”

“I’m going to be quiet today because it’s all about raising money this evening,” the This Morning star said.

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