Amanda Holden forced to slide down a chocolate eclair in filthy Celeb Juice game

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  • 14:01, 9 MAY 2019
  • Updated14:03, 9 MAY 2019

Amanda Holden was forced to slide down a bannister and smear a chocolate eclair over her bum in super-raunchy Celebrity Juice scenes.

The Britain's Got Talent host joined Keith Lemon and Jimmy Carr for a game of What's Amanda Holden Slidin' Down On, which saw her blindfolded and told to slide over a large cream-filled patisserie.

Hoiking her red leather dress above her waist and donning a pair of grey skin-tight leggings, Amanda looked nervous as show host Keith told her she'd be sliding down a bannister over a mystery object – and she'd have to guess what it was.

"Is it alive?" she asked hesitantly.

Jimmy quipped: "After you've rode over it I don't think it will be."

Amanda left herself go, sliding backwards while shrieking for Keith to catch her at the bottom.

Her leggings got absolutely ruined as she crushed the delicacy under her bum – prompting cheers and groans from the audience.

As she gingerly got back on her feet, Keith asked what she was getting.

Waving her hands around her crotch, Amanda guessed: "I'm smelling like a blue cheese, or a camembert?"

"I think you may have a yeast infection," Jimmy joked – and Amanda burst into hysterical laughter.

Calming down the hilarity, Keith once again asked for Amanda's guess.

"A stinky Bishop's Finger," she cackled again.

Jimmy cut in once again, deadpanning: "I'm not saying a goddamn thing."

Amanda was eventually told to take off her blindfold and was shown the smeared remnants of her eclair.

The filthy scene will be shown on tonight's Celebrity Juice episode, which features as its guests singer-songwriter James Morrison, Coronation Street stars Katie McGlynn and Rob Mallard, Good Morning Britain's Charlotte Hawkins and comedian Chris Ramsey.

*Celebrity Juice airs tonight at 10pm on ITV2

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