Amanda Holden Moving away from Heart FM
Amanda Holden spotted departing from Heart FM in London’s Leicester Square on a Monday morning, accompanied by her dog Rudie. She had stitches in her forehead. The Britain’s Got Talent judge, who is 52 years old, had a strangely patched-up wound on her face and wore black sunglasses over her eyes. The origin of the injury that needed stitches is still not clear.
Stylish and Strange of Amanda Holden
Amanda wore a gray knit three-piece outfit and knee-high boots that day. As she walked out of the radio station with style, she showed off her toned legs and a stone-colored miniskirt that went perfectly with her sweater.
The mother of two wore tan knee-high boots to finish off her stylish look and a big brown Michael Kors tote to carry her things.
It’s still not clear what happened with Amanda Holden’s accident and why she needed stitches. We have asked her agents for a comment or more information about what happened.
A Possible Amanda Holden Role with Special Significance
It was said in May that Amanda was going to take over the late Paul O’Grady’s popular show “For the Love of Dogs.” The comic, who died in March at age 67, known for how much he loved dogs and had the host of the documentary series since 2012.
Amanda seen as a good choice to take over because she friends with the late singer and works as a spokesperson for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, where the show based.
Talking About Touchy Things
Some people don’t like the idea of Amanda taking over the show. ITV has been careful not to talk about the problem too soon because Paul O’Grady has a strong connection to the show.
“It’s been less than two months since his death, so executives don’t want to make any firm plans about the series yet,” a source said. At the house, though, people think it’s what Paul would have wanted. He did care a lot about the animals in Battersea, after all.
A source said, “Amanda is the natural choice to take over the job, not just because she’s an experienced presenter but also because she cares about the home and would do anything for them.”
The Promising Career of Paul O’Grady
People praised Paul O’Grady’s wide range of work, including hosting “The Paul O’Grady Show,” “Blind Date,” and “Blankety Blank.” His work on the award-winning ITV show “For the Love of Dogs” made it even more clear that he loves dogs. Besides these jobs, he was the host of the ITV show “Paul O’Grady’s Saturday Night Line-Up,” which was a star game show.
Amanda Holden’s role in “For the Love of Dogs” still talked about. But Paul O’Grady’s impact still an important part of the show, which makes any changes delicate and thought-out.