Holden joked that her mother would not be happy she was telling this story on Alan Carr's 'Life's a Beach' podcast.
The comedian and the singer have been friends for years, so Carr was surprised when she recommended a hotel.
Caroline Flack is remembered by her loved ones in a new documentary, while Amanda Holden and Alan Carr investigate their heritage.
Following the announcement that BBC Three will be given the reboot in 2022, let's take a trip down memory lane at some of their best shows.
The radio and TV presenter broke the news during an appearance on The One Show last night, giving Matt Baker and Alex Jones the scoop.
The comedian appeared on the show last week during the series final, as the celebrity reading out the voting information.
The sky’s the limit for Scarlett Moffatt, who has just signed up to host two new shows on Channel 4. As well as joining forces with comedian Alan Carr for a brand new entertainment show, the young starlet is said to be gearing up to host the reboot of 90s dating show Streetmate – a role made famous by Queen of TV Davina McCall. Speaking about her upcoming gigs, the 26-year-old said: “I can’t believe Channel 4 have asked me to present this iconic dating show.
Remember those frankly bizarre photos of Orlando Bloom paddleboarding in the buff that surfaced all those months ago?
Chatty Man Alan Carr has admitted that turning 40 hit him pretty hard. “He asked me to marry him in Lombok,” he told The Sun. “There were nine couples in this boutique hotel and a man playing the organ.
Alan Carr is set to host a brand new celebrity-driven show on Channel 4 – and Calvin Harris has allegedly signed up to be the comedian’s first A-list guest following his split from Taylor Swift. The British presenter, 40, is reportedly working on a new TV format (working title ‘Alan Meets’), where superstars allow him to follow them around while filming their day-to-day life. A source told The Sun: “Alan is really excited bout getting his new project off the ground.
Sad news for Alan Carr fans – it has been confirmed that the comic’s much-loved chat show has been axed. The hilarious programme reportedly struggled to compete against it’s BBC rival, Graham Norton, with Channel 4 opting to pull the plug following a decline in ratings after a whopping 16 series. Speaking to The Sun, Alan confirmed the sad news, explaining: “I just think that the art of the chat show has evolved unless you can get the amazing guests all the time that Norton gets.
Alan Carr has insisted he won’t present the Great British Bake Off when it moves to Channel 4. The 40-year-old comedian has compared himself to the breakfast condiment Marmite that’s loved and loathed in equal measure and thinks he would also divide the nation if he was to take the reigns on the popular baking show. Paul Hollywood, pictured above right, is the only star willing to move from the BBC to Channel 4 next year and the hunt is now on to replace the winning presenting team that currently includes (above L-R) Mel Giedroyc, Sue Perkins and Mary Berry.