AMANDA Holden has more than made up for her lost earnings after the upcoming series of Britain’s Got Talent was torpedoed by the pandemic — flogging £1million of goods on QVC instead.
The stunning blonde has coined in more than seven figures in just 12 months from her homeware range on the shopping channel, and plans on cashing in again over the next year.
Amanda Holden made up for lost of BGT earnings as she rakes in over £1million by showing off her homeware range on shopping channel QVCCredit: Christian Vermaak
The stunning blonde sold out the whole range in 45 minutes while on air this yearCredit: Christian Vermaak
An insider said: “Amanda has the magic touch when it comes to her homeware range and she’s proved to be a sell-out hit.
“She launched Bumbleberry in 2017 and last year made over £1.1million from the brand, which sells cocktail glasses and shakers, as well as furniture like velvet covered storage trunks.
“Amanda also managed to sell out her whole range in just 45 minutes when she appeared on QVC for a special episode last year and there is no doubt her new Spring/Summer collection will do the same.
“She’ll be back on the channel today to preview her new range and everyone is expecting it to be a total sell-out once more. The lockdown has undoubtedly helped as more people are at home but even still, the sales figures for the range are incredible.”
An insider said ‘She launched Bumbleberry in 2017 and last year made over £1.1million from the brand’
This comes as this year’s Britain’s Got Talent has been sunk by the Covid-19 pandemicCredit: Rex Features
She will be back on next year’s show alongside show boss Simon Cowell, who is making his big return after breaking his back last summerCredit: ITV
It rounds off a stellar year for Amanda, whose album, Songs From My Heart, became the biggest selling debut record for a female artist in the UK.
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