Amanda Holden and Alison Hammond show off their best dance moves as they recreate the iconic Running Man on I Can See Your Voice
They’ve been entertaining the nation every Saturday night on the new BBC game show I Can See Your Voice.
And Amanda Holden, 50, and Alison Hammond, 46, didn’t fail to put on a show as the credits rolled on this week’s episode.
Getting out of their seats to dance along to Heather Small singing the M People hit Moving On Up, the pair spontaneously began to do the Running Man in unison.
Entertaining: Amanda Holden and Alison Hammond didn’t fail to put on a show as they did the Running Man in unison on I Can See Your Voice on Saturday night
Busting a move behind Heather as she performed, Amanda and Alison both vigorously pulled their arms back and lifted their knees in sync.
Putting her back into it, Amanda pouted as she focused on dancing to the beat in a pair of towering stilettos.
Meanwhile, Alison couldn’t help but cackle with laughter as she watched the former Britain’s Got Talent judge throw herself into the routine.
Behind them, the show’s host Jimmy Carr, 48, looked on in disbelief as the pair let loose on stage.
Busting a move: The Britain’s Got Talent judge pouted as she focused on dancing to the beat in a pair of towering stilettos
Hysterical: Alison couldn’t help but cackle with laughter as she watched Amanda throw herself into the routine
In the same fun-filled episode, Alison joked that Jimmy Carr fancied her.
The This Morning presenter playfully told off the comedian for interrupting her after host Paddy McGuinness asked her a question.
And Jimmy admitted to Paddy ‘she’s right’ after Alison told him that men who fancy her ‘always get involved in my situation’.
Playful: In the same episode, Alison Hammond also joked Jimmy Carr fancies her while on the panel as she playfully scolded the comedian for interrupting her
It came after Paddy asked Alison, who is on the celebrity panel: ‘Alison, how are you feeling?’
To which she replied: ‘Good, I’m feeling like Sherlock Hammond tonight. I feel like I’ve got what it takes to find the singer.’ Jimmy then turned around in his seat and queried: ‘Sherlock Hammond?’
Unimpressed, Alison said: ‘Why have you always got to get involved?
‘He fancies me!’: Jimmy admitted to Paddy, ‘she’s right’ after Alison told him men who fancy her ‘always get involved in my situation’
In the dog house: Paddy mimed a slap as Alison gave Jimmy a good telling off
‘Do you know what it’s ever so weird, I get this all the time when a man fancies me this is what happens. They get involved in my situation.’
Laughing, Jimmy held up his hands up and said: ‘Do you know what, she’s right, she’s right.’
The comedian recently splashed out on a hair transplant and botox.
Talking on Gabby Logan’s Midpoint podcast, Jimmy said he decided to make some tweaks to his appearance after feeling disappointed that he doesn’t look as good in real life as he does on television.
Funny: ‘Do you know what it’s ever so weird, I get this all the time when a man fancies me this is what happens. They get involved in my situation,’ Alison joked. Jimmy says: ‘She’s right’
He said: ‘I wasn’t receding. I’ve had the same hairline since I was 17, I had a big widow’s peak. I looked like a vampire’s accountant. It was just post lockdown I got it done.’
I Can See Your Voice premiered in April and is based on the South Korean programme.
The celebrity panel provide clues to contestants to eliminate bad singers from a group of six people, by guessing who they are without hearing them sing.
I Can See Your Voice airs every Saturday on BBC One.
One to watch: I Can See Your Voice airs every Saturday at 7:40pm on BBC One