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Amanda Holden is set to move in with her grandma to show the pair's special relationship in a new E4 series.
The Britain's Got Talent judge will live in the same house as her grandmother, Myrtle, in the eight-part documentary, No Holden Back, which will introduce viewers to her wider family.
Few details about the new show, which has the same name as Amanda's Instagram account, have been revealed yet, but it will mean that the TV star will have shows on another major terrestrial channel.
As well as her ITV Britain's Got Talent role, Amanda, 50, is a panellist on BBC One's I Can See Your Voice and the new project will be her first series with Channel 4.
Talking about her new show, Amanda said: "I’m delighted that everyone is finally going to meet my nan, the apple never falls far from the tree and in this series she will certainly be keeping me on my toes."
A spokesperson for grandma Myrtle, said “I have no comment, apart from I’m really hoping being on TV might mean I can finally meet my favourite young man, Ben Shephard.”
No Holden Back is said to offer an insight not only into Amanda's unique relationship with her grandma, but also with other members of her family.
Details of the mysterious new show were hinted at recently when it was said that the Heart Radio presenter would be working on a project that would take her back to her roots.
Whatever the finer details of the series, it sounds like it's going to be hilarious as Amanda recently shared a behind-the-scenes photo from a filming day where she mentioned they'd been having a good laugh.
Posing in a tuxedo minidress with an elderly gentleman wearing a bow tie in the background, she captioned the snap: "Filming again today. Haven’t stopped howling."
Earlier this week, Amanda decided to celebrate the end of the most recent lockdown restrictions by getting very dressed up for a visit to the cinema.
Along with Heart breakfast show co-star Ashley Roberts, she donned a feathered ballgown and headed out of the radio studio to pay a visit to the Odeon in Leicester Square.
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