Alison Hammond has Amanda Holden in stitches as she shares that her hidden hobby is wrestling

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Alison Hammond has her I Can See Your Voice co-star Amanda Holden giggling this weekend when she reveals that her secret hobby is wrestling.

In our exclusive clip from this Saturday night’s BBC One show, the celebrity panel can be seen trying to work out if a wrestler has the voice of an angel, or is actually a musical nightmare.

And it’s not long before This Morning presenter Alison shares that she can’t get enough of watching wrestling in her spare time.

The 46-year-old shocks fellow judge Amanda when she says: “I’ve been to quite a few wrestling matches, I quite like them.”

Leaving their co-star, quick-witted comedian Jimmy Carr, to quip: “Did you win?”

His tongue-in-cheek question prompts howls of laughter from both Alison and Britain’s Got Talent star Amanda, as mum-of-one Alison quickly hits back: “Yes, I did. I did win.”

While viewers will have to tune in to find out if the wrestling contestant has musical talent or not, they can be rest assured that there will be plenty more laughs along the way.

Previously opening up about filming the new entertainment show, Alison said she had the time of her life alongside Amanda, Jimmy and host Paddy McGuiness.

She said: “It’s just one of the best shows I’ve ever seen in my entire life.”

“If it’s a good singer, we’re absolutely gutted because that means we’ve got rid of a good singer. But if they’re a bad singer, you’re just laughing your head off,” Alison continues.

“You stand there with your hands in your ear. It’s one of the funniest shows and so much fun.”

Alison, who presents This Morning every Friday alongside Dermot O’Leary, also revealed why the team instantly clicked, despite having never worked together previously.

She explained: “We’ve crossed paths a couple of times, I’ve crossed paths with Jimmy. [Me and Amanda] fan-girl over each other but we’ve never actually met each other.”

“And Paddy, I don’t think I’ve ever met Paddy before. So on paper, you look at it and even I was like, how is this going to work? And then for some reason, it just worked like a jigsaw.”

I Can See Your Voice continues on Saturday at 7:40pm on BBC One

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