Amanda Holden swore yet again on Tuesday’s Britain’s Got More Talent, just a day after she dropped the F-bomb on the ITV show’s first live semi-final.
Britain’s Got Talent is currently under investigation by Ofcom after receiving 200 complaints from viewers over The Haunting’s spooky ghost act, which prompted Holden to swear live on air.
The talent judge immediately apologised for her use of language on the show, acknowledging that it was before the watershed and that children were watching.
But just a day later, Holden stunned her fellow judges and Britain’s Got More Talent host Stephen Mulhern when she swore yet again.
During the spin-off show, the judges were invited to play a game called Tip of the Tongue, in which they all had to call out a word beginning with a particular letter to describe something read out by Mulhern.
When asked to describe his show with a word beginning with ‘S’, Holden immediately shouted out: “S**T!”
Holden was jeered by the audience for her her answer, while a stunned Alesha Dixon repeatedly shouted “No!” and Simon Cowell looked unimpressed. Mulhern, meanwhile, looked suitably offended before replying: “I would have said super.”
The reaction from the audience prompted Holden to rest her head on the table in embarrassment, before pretending to handcuff herself and saying to Mulhern: “Take me away.”
After dropping the F-bomb following The Haunting’s act on Monday, in which Holden was led back stage by performer Elizabeth to greet a number of ghostly individuals, the judge apologised for a second time via a video on BGT’s official Twitter account.
She said: “I can honestly say I have never been so terrified in my whole life! I wouldn’t want anyone to go through that, but she’s a genius, I don’t know how she does it. And apologies again.”