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Friday 19 December 2014

Holden loved talent on Superstar

Amanda Holden revealed that she loved working on Superstar
Amanda Holden revealed that she loved working on Superstar

Amanda Holden has boasted that her TV show Superstar had stronger singers than The X Factor.

The Britain's Got Talent presenter worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber to find an unknown to play the lead in Jesus Christ Superstar.

She said of presenting the show: "I absolutely had the best time. I love live telly. It was like doing theatre... and the level of talent was extraordinary.

"I've never seen a show with stronger singers, and I include The X Factor. That amount of strong singers in one room!

"So it was an honour to share the stage with those boys. It was such a worthwhile thing to do and I enjoyed every second of it."

She said of returning to Britain's Got Talent: "I can't wait. We're all coming back, definitely.

"It'll be really interesting to see the dynamic and see whether David Walliams will be able to get away with murder like he did this year!"

:: Amanda Holden is supporting the Pampers 'Picture A Better Future' campaign. For each specially marked Pampers pack you buy or photo of you and your baby uploaded on to www.facebook.com/pampersukire, Pampers will donate the cost of an additional vaccine to support Unicef in the fight against maternal and newborn tetanus (MNT)

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