Amanda Holden wants BGT contestants to 'think outside the box'
Amanda Holden has urged future Britain's Got Talent contestants to "think outside the box" when deciding on their act to present to the judges.
Holden - who has appeared on every series since the competition debuted in 2007 - wants to see the next season's participants pushing boundaries on the stage.
Speaking to the Metro, she says, "Think outside the box. I don't want anything too contrived but we're renowned for our eccentricities.
"We've been celebrating our Britishness with events such as the Olympics and the Diamond Jubilee, and long may that continue.
"I'm sure there are lots of naked unicyclists who eat fire while juggling dogs and I hope to see them at the auditions."
Chatting about the worst acts she's seen, Holden reveals, "Anything involving blood or violence. There are some that we didn't even show. One man had a dartboard tattooed on his back and his friend threw darts at him.
"That probably wasn't something the general public wanted to see. There was an old woman who broke pavements slabs over her neighbour's back. She was in her sixties. It was amazing."