Amanda Holden breaks down in tears as players win £10k on I Can See Your Voice

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    Amanda Holden was bought to tears during the latest episode of I Can See Your Voice after a pair of contestants managed to win £10,000.

    The popular BBC guessing game, where viewers get to see participants figure out whether a group of mystery acts can sing either good or bad returned for another nail-biting episode on Saturday night (Oct 22).

    If participants do guess correctly they will bag themselves the ultimate cash prize.

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    But as players Charlie and Dexter guessed several singers incorrectly, viewers and the celebrity panellists were on the edges of their seats when guest singer Alexandra Burke took to the stage to duet with the final mystery singer left in the competition.

    As Alexandra belted out her beautiful vocals, singer Brooke Barber also sang amazingly leaving Amanda welling up.

    While the two women sang Whitney Houston's Saving All My Love For You, Charlie and Dexter cheered in victory, while Amanda was seen crying in the background.

    When presenter Paddy McGuinness eventually got round to speaking to a teary-eyed Amanda, he said: "During that performance, Amanda was in tears!"

    Amanda replied: "Oh my gosh my eyelashes became unstuck!"

    But Amanda wasn't the only one blown away by the performance and the incredible £10,000 win.

    Viewers at home were also moved and headed straight to Twitter to share their thoughts.

    One spectator penned: "WOW!! What a bl***y fantastic voice that girl Brooke Barber has. Definitely gave Alexandra Burke a run for her money! Think Whitney would be proud too!"

    Another chimed in and wrote: "2 happy boys & 2 proud mums!!!! Charlie & Dexter are leaving this studio with £10k!!!!"

    "Some good singers on #icanseeyourvoice tonight," a third viewer added.

    Amanda recently shared her tactic and how she is able to suss out whether a performer can sing good or bad on the show.

    She said: "It's just a bit of fun, obviously. Everybody knows what's coming and it's taken in good spirits.

    "But all the tricks that we thought we'd nailed, like someone touching their ear before they start singing, or the way they hold a microphone, have gone out the window because the people who are trying to trick us are avoiding doing all those things."

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