Amanda Holden flirts with Piers Morgan as she vows to keep stripping online

Amanda Holden, 49, couldn't resist flirting with Piers Morgan, 55, during an appearance on Wednesday's Good Morning Britain.

The Britain's Got Talent judge appeared live on the ITV programme from her Heart Radio Breakfast Show to talk about the passion of Sir Captain Tom Moore.

When Piers joked with Amanda that Ofcom staff will be out of job now the pandemic has seen BGT 2021 be axed meaning viewers won't be able to moan about her racy outfits, Amanda admitted she won't stop stripping off online.

Referring to her scantily clad Instagram posts, Amanda replied: "I am sure I can do something about that."

Piers teased: "Your Instagram has inspired me in the pandemic."

Amanda flirted back: "When it is safe Piers you can come and get into my hot tub."

As Susanna Reid, 50, looked on shocked, Amanda added: "And Celia [Piers' wife] as well."

Taking to Twitter in envy, one GMB viewer tweeted: "Joining Amanda in a Hot Tub Piers, you lucky fella.

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"I think it should be you and Susanna in a Hot tub together, making hot bubbles."

During her interview, Amanda also called for a statue of Sir Captain Tom to be erected after his passing.

Amanda said: "A lot of our listeners are now asking for a statue of him to be popped up… that's one statue that wouldn't be torn down.

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"He was a beacon of light in a time of darkness and reminded us what a stoic strong generation he came from.

"I feel enormously sad. He had this real British spirit bless his heart."

Paying tribute to the national treasure, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "Captain Sir Tom Moore was a hero in the truest sense of the word.

"In the dark days of the Second World War he fought for freedom and in the face of this country's deepest post-war crisis he united us all, he cheered us all up, and he embodied the triumph of the human spirit.

"He became not just a national inspiration but a beacon of hope for the world. Our thoughts are with his daughter Hannah and all his family."

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