Amanda Holden has suggested this could be her last year on Britain's Got Talent.
The show's only judge to appear on every series, Amanda has been on the show for over a decade since 2007.
But 2018 could well be her last.
In a new interview, Amanda said: "I am grateful to be there. Every year I think it is going to be my last, but thank God I'm still here this year.
"I am paying my mortgage and I thank Simon for that!"
Chatting to the Daily Star on Sunday, she added: "I am still enjoying it but of course I don't know if this year will be my last."
Amanda went on to insist she never gets bored and tesed the latest series is one of the best.
She said: "The producers think this is the best series and that is quite a big statement.
"It is still a hit and I think it is rare that you can sit down and safely watch TV on a Saturday night. It is old school with a twist."
Filming auditions for the latest series of BGT took place earlier this year.
As well as the usual singers and dancers there was also a plate smashing routine that ended in chaos and a moving performance from a victim of the Manchester Arena bombing.
Only a few hundred made it through after showing off their talents in front of this year's Britain's Got Talent judges.
Britain’s Got Talent airs on Saturday 14th April, 8pm on ITV.