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However, it was during Britain’s Got More Talent with Stephen Mulhern when all of the action was seen.
During the episode, Stephen had tasked the judges and hosts with a game called Top Rankers, the aim was to rate your fellow colleagues in order – about a variety of topics from who needs the job the most to who is the funniest.
But when it was Amanda Holden’s turn, a very comical accident occurred.
It came as Amanda and Stephen were about to start the game when a crew member shouts for silence as filming was about to begin in another location.
Determined to have a go, Amanda suggests they move the board downstairs and goes to grab the easel.
Walking precariously in heels carrying a giant glitter board which is balanced on the easel, Stephen turns to the camera and narrates to the viewers.
He said: “Amanda has actually moved the set,” and as the camera turns to see Amanda, in perfect timing the scoreboard falls forward and smacks her in the head.
Proving she wasn’t hurt, she bursts into laughter alongside the crew who all witnessed the event.
For viewers enjoyment, Britain’s Got More Talent showed a replay of the exact moment Amanda got hit.
Turning around, Amanda asked: “Did you film that?” To which Stephen replied: “Yes.” Half annoyed and half amused, the judge remarked: “Oh you [expletives]” walking about giggling.
It comes after the main show when viewers tuned in to see an act set himself on fire.
Stuntman Jonathan Goodwin attempted to escape a straight jacket, but if that wasn’t hard enough he doused himself in petrol at set his body alight.
During the task no one should try at home, Jonathan surprised the judges with the end result.
But will his act be allowed on the show due to such danger?
Earlier on during the episode, Susan Boyle was seen opening the auditions.
Taking to the stage the 2009 winner sang I Dreamed A Dream which left all of the judges and audience emotional.
After appearing on the talent over ten years ago, the singer was overcome with memories and following her performance was seen tearing up.
As Simon joined her on stage to thank her, she left and spoke to Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly explaining how much “they hadn’t changed”.