Alan Carr comes to Amanda Holden’s rescue in her very own Marilyn Monroe moment, flashing her bum in Sicily


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Amanda Holden had her very own Marilyn Monroe moment while filming in Sicily.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge recently joined forces with pal Alan Carr for their own TV show, Amanda & Alan’s Italian Job.

During their renovation journey, the hit BBC series captured the TV favourites modernising a broken-down property that they had bought under Italy’s One Euro scheme.

And while there was plenty of grafting involved to make the house look sparkling, there were, of course, plenty of laughs along the way.

In a new bloopers video, Amanda, 52, was saved from a wardrobe malfunction by comedian Alan, 46, when her dress blew up in the wind.

The radio presenter ended up flashing her whole bum – probably feeling very thankful that a) she had underwear on and b) it was dark!

Amanda Holden showed Sicily a little bit more of herself than she was probably hoping to (Picture: BBC)
She had her own Marilyn Monroe moment! (Picture: BBC)

Amanda and Alan laughed off the blunder, though, as he jokingly told her: ‘You can see everything!’, to which she replies: ‘I know.’

Other hilarious moments that didn’t make it to air included Amanda attempting to communicate with a man in Italian, while Alan joked that she was already ‘on the pull’ after five minutes.

The duo also enjoyed belting out Walking On Sunshine in a car karaoke session, and twirling around, cocktails in hand, in restaurants at night.

Fortunately, Alan Carr was on hand to save the day (Picture: BBC)
The hilarious duo recently renovated a property in Italy for one Euro (Picture: BBC/Voltage TV/Christian Vermaak)

In fact, there was plenty of wine tasting going on, with Amanda joking that they weren’t paying attention to the experts but instead using it as an opportunity to ‘get drunk for free’.

The blooper reel was shared in celebration of Amanda and Alan’s Italian home officially being up for sale.

‘ITS FOR SALE .( link on my stories)’, Amanda wrote to her Instagram followers.

‘To Celebrate- here’s a blooper reel of Alan and Amandas #Italianjob last ep tonight on @bbc or whole series on @bbciplayer . Our beautiful apartment is for sale. All proceeds go to @bbccin @comicrelief all the details are in my stories ❤️’

Amanda Holden and Alan Carr

Amanda and Alan’s apartment is now for sale, with a second series of their show set to hit screens later down the line (Picture: BBC/Voltage TV/Christian Vermaak)

The gorgeous property is on the market for £127,825.

Boasting two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the Salemi apartment comes fully furnished thanks to Amanda and Alan’s interior design skills, meaning it’s ready to move into for one lucky person to make their own.

What’s more, Amanda and Alan recently landed a second series of their BBC programme.

A source told The Sun: ‘It’s so hard for new TV shows to make an impact, but the ratings have been incredible and Amanda and Alan’s chemistry is ­undeniable.

‘To think the pair of them had the idea themselves during lockdown and are now planning series two is a dream come true for them both. There are still logistics, timings and details to sort but, all being well, they’ll be officially announcing the news soon.’

Amanda & Alan’s Italian Job is available to stream now on BBC iPlayer.

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