Amanda Holden ‘shocked to have witnessed X-rated hot tub orgy in a hotel suite named after her Britain’s Got Talent co-host Simon Cowell’

Amanda Holden was stunned to have witnessed a ‘hot tub orgy’ during a stay at a Manchester hotel.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 53, complained about the X-rated party which was happening in a penthouse suite named after her co-star Simon Cowell.

Radio host Amanda is said to have seen what was happening from the window of her room and called hotel management to complain.

It is claimed the party included a headline DJ from popular Manchester club night The Warehouse Project.

The DJ is said to have taken bar staff back to his room at the now closed, The Light Aparthotel.

Amanda Holden was stunned to have witnessed a 'hot tub orgy' during a stay at a Manchester hotel
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Amanda Holden was stunned to have witnessed a ‘hot tub orgy’ during a stay at a Manchester hotel

The Britain's Got Talent judge, 53, complained about the X-rated party which was happening in a penthouse suite named after her co-star Simon Cowell
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The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 53, complained about the X-rated party which was happening in a penthouse suite named after her co-star Simon Cowell

The Warehouse Project co-founder Sacha Lord (pictured) wrote about the incident in his book Tales from the Dancefloor
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The Warehouse Project co-founder Sacha Lord (pictured) wrote about the incident in his book Tales from the Dancefloor

According to The Sun, The Warehouse Project co-founder Sacha Lord wrote in his book Tales from the Dancefloor: ‘When she looked out of her window she must have been pretty shocked at what she saw, as she reported it to management, and The Warehouse Project was banned from The Light.’

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Amanda for comment.

Amanda is currently filming for the upcoming series of Britain’s Got Talent.

A first look glimpse at the series has been released in which she is seen selecting her Golden Buzzer act.

In a clip, hosts Ant and Dec are heard saying: ‘The Golden Buzzer. There’s no feeling like it.

‘You never know who it’s going to be, or when it’s going to happen. When it does, it just feels right.’

Throughout the clip, a variety acts are seen performing, from singers to circus acts, and comedian to dancers among others.

The judges can be seen celebrating and applauding as they each press their Golden Buzzer while the audience can be seen jumping to their feet and screaming behind them.

Britain's Got Talent fans have been given a first glimpse at the show's judges selecting their Golden Buzzer acts
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Britain’s Got Talent fans have been given a first glimpse at the show’s judges selecting their Golden Buzzer acts

In a newly released clip, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli alongside hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are hitting their buzzers
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In a newly released clip, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli alongside hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are hitting their buzzers

Ant and Dec are heard saying: 'The Golden Buzzer. There's no feeling like it. You never know who it's going to be, or when it's going to happen. When it does, it just feels right'
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Ant and Dec are heard saying: ‘The Golden Buzzer. There’s no feeling like it. You never know who it’s going to be, or when it’s going to happen. When it does, it just feels right’

At the end, the words ‘Britain, you’re golden’ can be see emblazoned across the screen while it is revealed the new series is coming soon to ITV.

Britain’s Got Talent could ‘shock viewers’ as the Golden Buzzer acts are revealed throughout the upcoming series.

Reports claim that over half of the acts, who are already through to the semi-finals after receiving the golden buzzer, aren’t from the UK.

Judges Simon, Amanda, Bruno, Alesha and Ant & Dec were all given an opportunity throughout auditions to send two contestants each straight to the semi-finals.

And according to The Sun, a TV insider said: ‘People know the show often features foreign acts – some of them are utterly brilliant and, in many cases, go on to win the contest.

‘But it’s a surprise to think that the cream of the crop who are sent through on golden buzzers are often from other countries.’

Throughout the clip, a variety acts are seen performing, from singers to circus acts, and comedian to dancers among others
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Throughout the clip, a variety acts are seen performing, from singers to circus acts, and comedian to dancers among others

The judges can be seen celebrating and applauding as they each press their Golden Buzzer while the audience can be seen jumping to their feet and screaming behind them
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The judges can be seen celebrating and applauding as they each press their Golden Buzzer while the audience can be seen jumping to their feet and screaming behind them

At the end, the words 'Britain, you're golden' can be see emblazoned across the screen while it is revealed the new series is coming soon to ITV
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At the end, the words ‘Britain, you’re golden’ can be see emblazoned across the screen while it is revealed the new series is coming soon to ITV

In 2020, 25 percent of performers were already known or previously appeared on shows from other countries.

In January, auditions kicked-off in London for the anticipated return of the ITV contest.

And just day one of auditions, the show quickly turned into chaos as Simon, Amanda and Bruno all pressed their golden buzzers.

Each judge including Ant & Dec on the sidelines, are given two chances this year throughout the auditions to send a contestant straight to the live shows.

And not holding back one bit, out of the first 20 auditions three are already through to the live rounds.

An insider told The Sun: ‘Bruno was almost moved to tears watching his golden buzzer dance act, and was first to slam down on the button so hard it cracked.

‘He was shortly followed by Simon, who sent a Japanese dance act through to the live shows.

Britain's Got Talent could 'shock viewers' as the Golden Buzzer acts are revealed throughout the upcoming series
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Britain’s Got Talent could ‘shock viewers’ as the Golden Buzzer acts are revealed throughout the upcoming series

‘And finally, Amanda was so impressed by a female theatre singer that she was keen to give a shot in the live rounds. She was last to press the buzzer.’

The judges kicked off the auditions earlier this year and packed in two blocks of audition shows per day in a tight schedule.

After London, the judges travelled up to Manchester at the start of February for another five days of auditions, held at the Central Convention Centre.

The release date for the upcoming 17th series of Britain’s Got Talent has not yet been confirmed.

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