Amanda Holden looks incredible in yellow swimwear as she paddleboards in Sicily on Italian Job show

Amanda Holden looks incredible in yellow swimwear as she paddleboards in Sicily on Italian Job show
Published 1 years ago on Feb 26, 2023

The TV star paddles along the Italian coastline in the final episode of her Italian Job show with Alan Carr.

Amanda, 52, shows off her toned figure and beams in the mediteranean sunshine as she opens the episode with a swim with her pal Alan, 46. 

Amanda & Alan's Italian Job saw them grapple with rats and rubble to fix up a Sicilian townhouse, and The Sun revealed the BBC show has been gievn a second series. 

The pair will soon be dusting off their overalls once again, as the A-list best friends have been handed a second run. 

It will follow Alan and Amanda as they seek out another derelict property to revamp and sell on for charity.

A source said: "It's so hard for new TV shows to make an impact, but the ratings have been incredible and Amanda and Alan's chemistry is undeniable.

"To think the pair of them had the idea themselves during lockdown and are now planning series two is a dream come true for them both.

"There are still logistics, timings and details to sort but, all being well, they'll be officially announcing the news soon."

The first run followed the pair as they renovated a broken-down home they bought under Italy's One Euro scheme.

The programme lets foreigners purchase a pad for a solitary coin in support of efforts to repopulate Sicily.

Amanda has been quick to point out the home-buying scheme exists outside of Italy too, in Portugal, Croatia, France and even Japan.

Amanda previously shared her excitement at the prospect of more shows, adding: "I think we'd both love to do a second series. It just depends whether it works, whether it's liked and if we can do it.

"It would be like Fawlty Towers! A coachload of people turning up, me and Alan there to make your bed, cook your breakfast. Mandy and Alan's B&B, from Greece, though. We could re-enact the whole of Mamma Mia!"


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