HUNGOVER Amanda Holden had to be wheeled into her radio show in an office chair after celebrating England's Euro 2020 win.
The Heart FM radio host was spotted being pushed around her London office by co-presenter Ashley Roberts on Instagram.
Taking to her Instagram stories, former Pussycat Doll Ashley, 39, struggled to wheel the chair through the hallway as her pal appeared to sleep.
Amanda, 50, let her head flop backwards over the chair and held her legs close to her chest as she was slowly pushed towards the studio.
Despite appearing glamorous in a flowing orange dress and high heels, the Britain's Got Talent judge looked a little worse for wear.
She kept her eyes closed for the short trip down the hall, as a member of Heart radio staff filmed the friends' hilarious antics.
"Hands up if anyone's feeling like @noholdenback this morning," the hilarious video had been captioned, alongside a laughing emoji.
It comes after Amanda spent the evening celebrating England's win against Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday evening.
The Three Lions won 2-1, securing themselves a spot in the final of the football tournament, which takes place at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
Last week, Amanda revealed how she was told to by her mum to steal Sugar Puffs as a kid because they were so skint.
The TV show judge — now worth an estimated £20million — compared herself to Oliver Twist pickpocket the Artful Dodger while on family summer holidays.
She said mum Judith encouraged her and her younger sister Debbie to swipe breakfast cereal to eat after the family ran out of cash.
Mother-of-two Amanda said: “We’d spent all our money on holiday and we came back on a ferry and my mum told me to go and nick milk and Sugar Puffs from the breakfast queue.
“She said to me, ‘Amanda if you want any breakfast you’ll have to steal it’.”
Speaking on Alan Carr’s Life’s a Beach holiday podcast, she laughed: “My mum will kill me for admitting this.”
Sugar Puffs, launched in 1957, adopted the Honey Monster mascot in 1976, who shouted: “Tell them about the honey, mummy!”
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