Amanda Holden has signed a new deal with Channel 4.
The 50-year-old TV star is set to work with the channel on a new series but will continue with her commitments to the BBC and ITV.
A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "This is the first time Amanda has worked with Channel 4.
"It’s a top-secret brand new show format and will take Amanda back to her TV roots, having started out on shows like 'Kiss Me Kate', 'Hearts and Bones' and 'Cutting It' in the Nineties.
"Everyone wants a piece of Amanda right now. She’s become the golden girl of TV and radio over the last 12 months.
"Amanda has never wanted a handcuffs deal from any one TV channel and it’s paid off because she’s going to be the first person to work across all three major UK channels."
Amanda is a judge on 'Britain's Got Talent' for ITV and stars alongside Alison Hammond, Jimmy Carr and Paddy McGuinness in 'I Can See Your Voice' on BBC One.
Last year, she released her debut album 'Songs From My Heart' but her music career is now on hold due to her busy schedule.
The insider said: "Amanda is also looking over offers from record labels for a second album but being in such high TV demand, she’ll probably have to put any plans on hold for a follow-up album until 2022."
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