Amanda Holden wants a judges' houses round on Britain's Got Talent

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Amanda Holden reckons Britain's Got Talent should become more like The X Factor.

The BGT judge of ten years has revealed she's asked for a 'judges' houses' stage of the show and wants the judges to get categories of acts.

Amanda said: "I've always wanted to do Judges Houses but there's never enough time so that's never happened. I think it would be brilliant if we were all given a category.

"It's ['Britain's Got Talent'] the most exciting thing. It's like Christmas Day and then when it's over it's like Boxing Day."

Speaking to BANG! Showbiz, Amanda also suggested adding guest judges to the line up.

The actress and singer explained: "I think a guest judge would be fun. I'd love Barbara Windsor, she could sit next to me. She can come to London. Different icons would be fun."

Judges for next year's Britain's Got Talent have yet to be revealed but Amanda is hoping to be back.

But if not, she's already got a back up plan.

Amanda told the Daily Star newspaper if BGT boss Simon Cowell does ever axe her, she'll just go back to waitressing.

"I describe myself as a waitress who got lucky. I can still waitress I am pleased to say," Amanda said.

She added: "My parents used to have a small hotel and that is how my sister and I earned our money in the holidays, chambermaiding and waitressing. I enjoy it because I like meeting and chatting to people."

Britain's Got Talent will return to ITV in the new year.

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