Amanda Holden shares support for NHS workers as she returns to Heart studio
Amanda Holden hs returned to the studio to record her Heart Radio Show after a series of shows hosted from home.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, had been completing her presenting duties from her house but is now back in action in at Global Radio’s Leicester Square HQ.
On Thursday morning, Holden posed a series of videos and photos in support of NHS workers, urging fans to join in with the #ClapForOurCarers event happening at 8pm today.
In one video, she is in front of the Heart Radio backdrop and explains how important it is to support the staff keeping the NHS going.
Holden also posed at her desk, wearing a chequered dress and sporting glasses, sharing the picture with the caption: “Take a note … join us @thisisheart at 8pm to applause the #nhs #clapforourcarers.”
Clap For Our Carers will see Brits taken part in a nationwide round of applause tonight in honour of NHS and key workers who are continuing to do their jobs during this pandemic.
In another picture, Holden is joined by Ashley Roberts, who is the Heart Breakfast Show’s showbiz correspondent, fanning herself with cue cards.
While she was working from home, Holden frequently shared updates on what she and her family her up to.
The star also revealed that she was wearing her (admittedly luxurious) pyjamas to host the show.