Amanda Holden swears again on Britain's Got More Talent a day after dropping the F bomb on the live semi-final

AMANDA Holden swore again on Tuesday's Britain's Got More Talent – a day after dropping the F bomb on the first live semi-final.

The 48-year-old had claimed during the second semi-final she had "washed her mouth out with soap" after swearing before the watershed the previous evening.

But fast forward a couple of hours and Amanda stunned her fellow judges and More Talent host Stephen Mulhern with her potty mouth once again.

While playing a game called Tip of the Tongue on the spin-off show, each judge had to pick a word beginning with a particular letter to describe something Stephen read out.

When he asked them to describe his show, beginning with the letter 's', Amanda jumped straight in and said: "S**T!"

Alesha Dixon gasped and cried "Amanda!" while head judge Simon Cowell looked unimpressed.

Their reaction led Amanda to putting her head in her hands before placing her hands together as if she was waiting to be handcuffed.

Amanda – who wowed fans in a revealing blue gown – told Stephen: "Just take me away."

Viewers were loving her comments, with one writing on Twitter: "Love sweary Amanda!! #BGT."

Another added: "Amanda has a hell of a potty mouth #BGT".

A third agreed, writing: "Amanda Holden has got a right potty mouth this week! #BGT."

While a fourth tweeted: "Did Amanda just drop the S-Bomb?!"

On Monday night, Amanda said the F word after being brought on stage during spooky magic act, The Haunting.

After making it back to her seat in one piece, Amanda issued an apology.

She said: "I really want to apologise for saying a terrible word. I know my kids are watching so I apologise for that. I can honestly say I feel terrified."

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