Amanda Holden enlists vacuum cleaner and thigh-high black boots for 'epic' garage singing session

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Amanda Holden channelled her inner pop star to wind down at home this weekend. (Getty Images)
Amanda Holden channelled her inner pop star to wind down at home this weekend. (Getty Images)

Possibly as part of a commendable effort to lift people's January spirits, Amanda Holden has shared a video of herself singing in her garage.

The presenter, 50, enlisted a Dyson vacuum cleaner and thigh-high black patent boots to mime to Celine Dion's song It's All Coming Back To Me.

In a clip shared to Instagram, the star can initially be seen – as her garage door rises up – wrapped in a grey dressing gown and wearing a pair of sunglasses with a pink bobble hat.

She is standing between piles of cardboard boxes and bicycles, while clutching the pipe of a vacuum cleaner.

As the lyrics turn to "baby, baby" Holden removes her dressing gown, hat and sunglasses to reveal a lacy, black leotard and thigh-high boots – and begins miming into the top of the pipe as though it was a microphone.

Captioning the post, she wrote: "My version of garage music - just an average Saturday."

The mother-of-two jokingly thanked her husband Chris Hughes for managing the garage door remote, and the make-up artist Christian Vermaak for being on "glam and wind".

Originally shared to the Britain's Got Talent judge's TikTok, the video, which has received more than 480,000 views, delighted her fans – including many famous friends.

Fellow TV presenter Davina McCall commented: "This is EPIC!!!! I LOVE YOU."

The Pussycat Dolls' Ashley Roberts, Holden's co-host at Heart radio, shared: "Beyonce wishes!!! Let’s start a girl band sister!!"

Alesha Dixon, who was also formerly a pop star in Mis-Teeq, shared a series of 'crying face' emojis, while interior designer Kelly Hoppen wrote "love you".

Dion's 1996 hit has become the soundtrack to a number of very creative viral videos as part of a TikTok trend, where people lip sync and pretend to sing on an imaginary stage.

They often using items around their home as props, including broomsticks to sing into and hairdryers in place of a wind machine, to dramatic effect.

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