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Speaking about the experience, she said: "I've had such a lovely, positive response from the public and am loving being on the show.

"There's lots of laughter and banter between Phillip and me - we had an instant rapport when we first got together - and I'm getting more uninhibited and relaxed as it's gone on.

"I've had therapy and was told I suffered from post-traumatic stress syndrome...

I assumed that (Ptsd) was what people had in Afghanistan, and I haven't fought a war, but maybe I have in a way." When Holly Willoughby went on maternity leave to have her third baby, Amanda Holden stepped in to co-present This Morning with Phillip Schofield.

He said the exercise was intense and the team bonded on the day they met and, as well as losing 19 lbs he has been able to reverse his pre-diabetic diagnosis. What we want to do is encourage the nation to get out and move. Instead of running after them, I want to run with them,’ he added – and admitted that now he was fitter he had one particular ambition in his sights.

‘I’m still doing it [the exercise],’ he pointed out.

And, at 11.30pm on 20th January 2006, she gave birth to her daughter, Lexi.

‘Then I did The Addams Family and I’m playing Fester with a fat suit on so it didn’t matter what was underneath.’ ‘I was in a bit of denial,’ Les said. ‘So the motivation of having a team and knowing you were doing it for such a great cause as Sport Relief as well was so important. My dad died at 65, so a lot of warnings were coming my way.’ Since then Les has lost 19lbs – and revealed to Phillip and Holly that the diagnosis has now been reversed. For me, for my kids, I have two little kids as well as a grown up son.

After recovering from her horrific experience, Amanda returned to Britain’s Got Talent - and received a standing ovation. However, the mother-of-two was slammed by many for her decision to return to work so quickly, and was forced to reveal her poignant reason for returning to BGT.

She said: “I was in intensive care for four days and almost died.

Actor and comedian Les Dennis has opened up about a brush with pre-diabetes which caused him to rexamine his own lifestyle.

Speaking on This Morning the former Coronation Street star revealed he is taking part in a Sport Relief challenge to deal with his unhealthy habits – and explained why. ’ If you've got a story, video or pictures get in touch with the uk Entertainment team by emailing us [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page - we'd love to hear from you.

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