Amanda Holden left totally baffled by This Morning interview question

Er, who researched this?

Amanda Holden was a bit confused on today’s This Morning after being asked about her three Christmas rules… which, er, don’t exist!

The Britain’s Got Talent judge joined Holly and Phil on the sofa on Friday (we know, Holly and Phil! Not Eamonn and Ruth!) for a festive chat.

But she was left totally baffled when Holly brought up her Xmas rules.

Amanda was highlighting Christmas Jumper Day (Credit: ITV)

Holly, 36, told Amanda to tell the viewers all about her three Christmas rules – but Amanda just looked blank.

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“I’ve never read this!” said Amanda. “I don’t know my rules!”

Holly said the first one was delegate, while Phillip, 55, said the other two were staying organised and investing in a stand-out party piece.

Er, no, said Amanda.

Amanda will be spending Christmas in the Cotswolds (Credit: ITV)

“Do you know what? I have never come out with that!” insisted Amanda.

“That will be Tamzin Outhwaite or some other blonde off the telly – my rules are drink, drink, drink!”


Holly and Phil broke down in laughter, while Amanda joked she’d quite like a copy of ‘her’ rules: “I love my list of things I’ve never heard before!”

Tearing a page off her script, Holly said: “I’ll give it to you – you can keep that!”

Amanda says her Christmas rules are ‘drink, drink, drink’ (Credit: ITV)

Amanda was on This Morning to promote this year’s Christmas Jumper Day, raising money for Save The Children.

She said her family will be spending the festive season together in the Cotsworlds.

“We’re all together. Me, Chris [my husband], the girls, my parents, my sister and the four dogs. I can’t wait,” she said.

After Christmas, it’s straight back to work for Amanda, as the filmed auditions for Britain’s Got Talent start January 15 in Blackpool.

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“I would really love a comedian to win,” she said. “We’ve had so many near misses with amazing comedians, with my golden buzzer act last year.

“I would love one to win. It’s a tough genre. You either love or hate with comedy; you get the impact you want or a deadly silence. There is no swell of music or magicians or dry ice.”