Amanda Holden has given herself the best chance of starting a new viral trend after she shared a hilarious video of her outdoor workout. The Britain's Got Talent judge added some fun to her fitness by running, leaping over logs, doing cartwheels and roly polys – all while in slow motion! Captioning the clip she uploaded to Instagram on Friday, Amanda wrote: "Six million dollar Man D #wecandoit." Her followers certainly loved her spin on exercise, with one commenting: "I love this, just made my day," another said: "This is hilarious, thank you for making me laugh." While a third appeared very impressed considering Amanda only recently broke her leg. "Impressive after your leg surgery. Glad it's healing nicely," they wrote.
Amanda Holden's slow-motion workout is amazing
The Heart FM radio star has been keeping her followers thoroughly entertained while the nation remains on lockdown amid COVID-19. But on Wednesday, she used her platform to raise awareness for an important cause. Posing outside with a blossom tree behind her, Amanda dressed down with her blonde hair styled in tousled waves and mirrored sunglasses - but it was her casual black slogan tee that was particularly notable. It was emblazoned with white writing that read: "It's not about you," and it aimed to encourage people to show their support for the NHS.
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The garment was created by Tina Wilson, Founder of Wingman, which is a matchmaking app in which people can set up a profile for their friend explaining their best qualities before finding them a date. The underlying message of the shirt is to be selfless, and that is exactly why Amanda chose to wear it. Alongside the picture, she wrote: "wingmanapp support the #nhs @nhsmillions." NHS Million is a non-profit campaign set up by staff to celebrate the NHS, which is especially important amid the coronavirus crisis. How thoughtful!
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