Amanda Holden wants ABBA played at funeral
Amanda Holden wants ABBA played at her funeral.
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge has already started thinking about when she pops her clogs and has written in her will that she wants the Swedish pop group's 1976 upbeat hit 'Dancing Queen' blasting out the speakers when she's laid to rest.
After watching an act performing the track at an audition for the talent show in London over the weekend, the blonde beauty made the morbid revelation: "That is my all-time favourite song. I have it written in my will that I want that song playing when I am lowered into my grave."
Meanwhile, Amanda, who has two children with her husband Chris Hughes, is the only judge on the 'BGT' panel to appear on the show for 10 consecutive years and is hoping big boss Simon Cowell will gift her with a lavish holiday to the Maldives as recognition for being loyal to his programme.
She explained to BANG Showbiz: "I'm hoping for a holiday to maybe the Maldives, maybe a throne. Maybe I can have his [Simon's] seat because I should now be head judge.
"I tell you what I've always wanted, but [my husband] Chris is too shy to go on 'All Star Mr & Mrs', is a sparkly carriage clock, so maybe he could get me one of them."