Amanda Holden: Bruno Tonioli has broken every Britain's Got Talent rule
Amanda Holden says Bruno Tonioli has "broken every rule" so far on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The former 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge joined the panel of the ITV show last month, replacing David Walliams, and he has been filming auditions at The London Palladium alongside fellow panellists Amanda, Alesha Dixon, and Simon Cowell, who may need to "throw out the rulebook" due to Bruno's antics.
Amanda said: "He’s a wonderful ball of energy and in a good way he’s already broken every rule.
"So much so that Simon will probably have to throw out any rulebook this year.
"It’s going to be a brilliant series. We’ve only filmed auditions in London so far but we can't wait to get to Manchester for the first time since the pandemic hit."
The star also joked: "My biggest piece of advice is if you're playing a musical instrument through an unusual body part, please make sure you go to the toilet first."
Amanda has been married to husband Chris Hughes - who she has daughters Lexi, 17 and Hollie, 11, with - since 2008, and the pair have a romantic Valentine's Day planned.
She added to The Sun newspaper: "Chris and I have a dinner planned on our own at home before I go [to work], just the two of us.
"Romance tends to happen all year around in our house but on Valentine's Day we like to send each other flowers, probably because I like to have lots of flowers in the house."
Earlier this week, Amanda admitted she doesn't want Lexi "anywhere near" ‘Love Island’.
Speaking on her own show, 'Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden', she declared: "I don't want my daughter anywhere near ‘Love Island’.
“It's just another way of being famous, isn't it really? It's not really about love. It's just about looking hot and just getting involved ... but I mean, it's just amazing telly but it's not really for love.
“Every now and then it works. Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury ... I mean that's a one-off, that's a fabulous story.”