AMANDA Holden has revealed she is in negotiations with Simon Cowell over her future on Britain's Got Talent.
The TV star – who stepped up as head judge during Simon's absence on the talent show – teased her boss in front of a live audience at the Variety Club Awards.
She cheekily told the crowd: "I am currently in negotiations for my 16th year on Britain’s Got Talent.”
Simon, 61, was there and was heard whispering to her: “The deal is done.”
The Daily Star says Amanda shot back: "No it is not. The deal is not done."
Meanwhile, David Walliams' BGT future has been left hanging in the balance after he made shocking "derogatory remarks" about contestants.
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Piers Morgan revealed the remarks were just the "tip of the iceberg…"
He added: "Walliams is one of the nastiest frauds in TV."
Piers, 57, who was replaced by David when he left the panel in 2012 and has since refused to return as a guest judge because of David's presence.
David was forced to apologise for comments made on the series just two years ago.
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One of the incidents recorded in the transcript involved a pensioner who made a lightheartded jibe about David.
He was heard describing the contestant as a "c***" three times after they walked off stage.
He also said of another woman who auditioned for the show: "She thinks you want to f**k her, but you don't.".
Transcripts of the conversations were obtained by The Guardian.
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Following the leak, David said: "These were private conversations and – like most conversations with friends – were never intended to be shared. Nevertheless, I am sorry."
Meanwhile a rep for Simon Cowell and Syco, BGT co-producers, added: "Britain’s Got Talent is a family show and we do not condone the use of any such language."
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