Amanda Holden announces new Netflix reality show about cheaters

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Amanda Holden has announced a new Netflix reality series called Cheaters: Unfinished Business.

The show is set to follow eight former couples whose relationships broke down due to unfaithfulness.

The exes will be carted off to a retreat for experts to take them through a process where they will confront each other. The show will see if the cheaters can admit to their mistakes and work through the hurt, and also whether the cheated-on person can forgive and move on.

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For Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda, who had a highly-publicised affair back in 2000, presenting a show like this is something she's wanted to do for a very long time.

She said: "Sometimes dreams really do come true. All my career I always wanted to host a show about love and relationships — and this is it!!

"A series about second chances and unfinished business! I can't wait, along with our expert, to meet and help these couples work out whether they can forgive and forget. I'm absolutely thrilled to be part of it!"

The show might be a way off, as it hasn't been filmed yet. In fact, a casting call has been put out and is open for former couples to apply until Friday, May 10.

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Amanda recently returned with Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, and Bruno Tonioli for the latest season of BGT. We've already had four acts receive a Golden Buzzer and sail through to the live semi-finals, with the latest being a dance act that thoroughly impressed Simon.

Meanwhile, Amanda has recently been involved in a bit of a beef with fellow Cowell-show judge Sharon Osbourne.

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