The Britain’s Got Talent judge explained that she’d like a show where she could make “dreams come true”, but accepted that replicating the Jimmy Savile format wouldn’t be wise following the child sex abuse allegations levelled at the late presenter.
Speaking to Digital Spy, Holden stated: “If I had a dream show, I probably shouldn’t even mention it in this climate, but it would be like a kind of Fix It show.
“A show where little children… can write in. That’s the kind of show.
“I like making dreams come true, which is kind of what we do on Britain’s Got Talent, but I’d like to do it so people can blow up chimneys and things like they used to.”
Asked if she could see herself quitting the Britain’s Got Talent panel in the future, Holden replied: “No. They’ll have to sack me and I’m quite difficult to sack, so good luck with that.”