Amanda ‘Hurt and be­trayed’

The TV pre­sen­ter is ‘not happy’ af­ter This Morn­ing snubbed her for Rochelle Humes

Woman's Own - - CELEBRITY NEWS -

Los­ing out on a job is hu­mil­i­at­ing for any­one. But for Amanda Holden, not get­ting her dream gig – co-host­ing This Morn­ing while Holly Wil­loughby took over from Ant Mc­partlin in the jun­gle – was an even deeper st­ing, per­haps more so given that she lost out to some­one nearly 20 years younger than her, Rochelle Humes.

The snub is un­der­stand­ably thought to have left Amanda, 47, feel­ing hurt, as a well-placed source tells Woman’s Own, ‘Amanda has taken it to heart be­ing pushed off the sofa by Rochelle Humes, but she won’t give up. Amanda’s a fighter and hasn’t got as far as she has to­day by play­ing pussy cat tac­tics. She will go all out to com­bat her demons. Like any­one else would, she feels hurt and be­trayed.’ It looks like Amanda isn’t tak­ing this

one ly­ing down…

Phil has since ad­mit­ted, ‘Rochelle was my choice to come and sit on the sofa.’

Amanda is also con­cerned that her role as a judge on Britain’s Got Talent played a part in the This Morn­ing of­fer get­ting with­drawn.

‘She’s wor­ried that Britain’s Got Talent has type­cast her and could be a fac­tor for her not get­ting re-signed to This Morn­ing and los­ing out to Rochelle,’ re­veals our in­sider.

This Morn­ing’s re­jec­tion has hit Amanda hard

Holly has been away co-pre­sent­ing I’m a Celebrity with Dec

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