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Friday, 29 May 2009

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Piers captured Amanda's heart when he dressed up as a woman on BGT

London - A secret source has spoken out about an alleged affair between Amanda Holden and co-host of Britain's Got Talent Piers Morgan.

The affair allegedly started two months ago while Piers and Amanda were in Scotland judging the Glasgow contestants - the episode in which Susan Boyle allegedly auditioned.

Amanda, who is proudly gay, allegedly mistook Piers for a woman when the lights went out in the dressing room backstage - allegedly. Amanda was shocked when she realised the beautiful woman she was kissing was allegedly a man, a man who was allegedly her co-host on the show.

The secret source, who pledges and alleges to remain anonymous said the affair started at that point and the two love-birds have been allegedly grabbing every chance they get to be together.

"It's all very shocking" said the source "but I can prove none of it - no photos, no telephone recordings, nothing. This is why it is alleged."

Amanda and Piers have denied the rumours and say that the secret source is allegedly a liar and a fantasist.

The source also alleges that Pier means Peter in French and Morgan means Moron in American.

The secret source is allegedly spurned former co-host of BGT, Kelly Brooke.

But this is all alleged, of course.

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