BGT EXCLUSIVE: Amanda Holden reveals there are translators for CATS AND DOGS

Britain’s Got Talent EXCLUSIVE: Amanda Holden leaves Simon Cowell stunned by revealing there are translators for CATS AND DOGS

They’re known for their hilarious banter between scenes.

And in an exclusive clip from Britain’s Got Talent’s brand new online spin-off Unseen, it seems that Amanda Holden will give Simon Cowell some surprise insight into the life of their furry friends. 

In a first glimpse at the new series that will air on the ITV Hub, Amanda reveals to Simon that there are translators available for cats and dogs, admitting her pet feline ‘talks quite a lot.’

What? Amanda Holden is set to leave Simon Cowell stunned with a surprising pet revelation in an exclusive clip from Britain’s Got Talent: Unseen

During a chat with Simon between filming for the auditions, Amanda and Simon begin chatting about their beloved pets.

The blonde judge then reveals: ‘You can buy translators. They’re from Japan I think. You can buy them for cats as well. My cat talks quite a lot.’

Simon seems somewhat stunned by the revelation, but says: ‘Well we’ve got to get one!’ 

Really? The clip from the new online spin-off sees Amanda tell Simon that there are translators available for cats and dogs, leading him to say: ‘Well we’ve got to get one!’

The online series was unveiled by ITV earlier this month, and will consist of eight mini episodes to be released on ITV Hub minutes after the main show ends.  

Nigel Hall, Global Head Of TV, Syco Entertainment, said: ‘During these tough times we are determined to deliver entertainment all the family can enjoy. 

‘We are confident Britain’s Got Talent: Unseen will be perfect for that and the ideal accompaniment to the main series.’

The new Unseen series comes after sister series Britain’s Got More Talent was axed by ITV late last year after 12 years on air.

The show, hosted by Stephen Mulhern, 42, served as a supplement to the main ITV series and regularly gave viewers a look at some of the more offbeat auditions.

But bosses now want to focus more social media, with a source telling The Sun: ‘Stephen is a much-loved member of the BGT family and everyone loved him on the show. 

‘He is still incredibly busy, with lots of exciting projects for ITV. Behind the scenes, executives decided it was the right time to move on.

‘It will be sad to bring the curtain down on it after so many years of laughs. But it is important to move with the times, and the reality is younger audiences who once watched it now consume a lot more of their content online. 

‘The plan is to focus more on the digital platforms — clips for social media and things like that.’

Britain’s Got Talent: Unseen will air after the main show on ITV Hub. The new series begins on Saturday 11th April at 8pm on ITV. 


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