06 January 2010

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden has revealed that she has been using Botox to hold back the years, and is considering using other wrinkle relaxing treatments in the future.The 38-year-old TV star, who appears in the new sitcom Big Top, revealed that, in the past, she used Botox treatments for "eight or nine months" to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. In an earlier interview with Fabulous magazine, Amanda explained that she would "never say never" to the wrinkle relaxing injections, stating: "who knows what I'll feel like in the future?" Discussing the future of her cosmetic surgery, Amanda said: "For now, I'm going to experiment with non-invasive treatments." STV reports that Amanda is especially concerned with tightening the skin around her eyes. She explained: "Although I have good genes, the eyes are always the first to go in our family." Whatever treatments Amanda chooses to hold on to her youthful complexion, the star is still hugely popular with ITV. It has even been rumoured that she will host a new version of the popular 1990s game show The Crystal Maze, in which celebrities will tackle a variety of physical challenges and puzzles. A source told The Sun: "ITV are huge fans of Amanda and are looking at a number of different game show concepts, but this is certainly the one they are excited about. "They are spending a lot of money and hope it will surpass - and blow away - the old Crystal Maze."