Amanda Holden catches ping pong balls in pint glasses attached to her boobs in crazy Britain's Got More Talent game
The 47-year-old took part in a game which saw her compete against Paul Potts to try and catch as many ping pong balls in glasses attached to her body as possible.
Dressed in an all-black outfit, Amanda had glasses attached to her boobs, hips and head as she tried to bounce balls from the floor into them.
At one point a ball hit her in the eye and she declared: “There’s nothing worse than a ball in the eye.”
Stephen Mulhern, who hosts the BGT sister show, couldn’t stop laughing as he watched the pair struggle.
Paul Potts won the first series of Britain’s Got Talent back in 2007.
The current series of Britain’s Got Talent is currently back on TV – and last weekend viewers were left in tears by an audition from a survivor of the Manchester Arena bombing.
Nearly 12 months after the attack which claimed 22 lives, including that of her beloved aunt, 13-year-old Hollie Booth returned to the city to fulfil her dream of being a dancer.
But her injuries from the blast mean she had to perform her routine in a wheelchair, which reduced viewers, host Ant McPartlin, Simon Cowell and his fellow judges to tears.
Hollie, from Sheffield, forms part of dance troupe Rise, made up of performers aged between ten and 24.
She had danced with the group for years before the blast.
Other key performances included Father Ray Kelly, who won over viewers with his rendition of Everybody hurts.
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