When The Traitors premiered, we were all wondering if we’d be a Faithful or betray our loved ones, and the game show has gone global – and then some.
Starting last November on BBC One in the United Kingdom, with Claudia Winkleman at the helm, 22 strangers engaged in one giant round of a Mafia-esque farce.
Traitor Amanda Lovett stated her desire for a cross-country series after her experience in the Scottish Highlands.
The Welsh estate agent, 54, stated she had quit her job and was ready to compete against the Australian and American hopefuls to prove that the British were the finest.
Amanda told Metro.co.uk on the red carpet at the National Reality TV Awards that she was eager to win the £100,000 cash award she just missed out on during her television debut.
‘I would love if they had all the traitors from other shows like the US and Australia and placed us as Traitors and Faithfuls and see how we act,’ the aspiring reality star stated.
‘I think put us all together and see who the best traitors are!’
‘It’s been fantastic, I’ve been accepted by the LGBTQ+ community and well, it’s my new family,’ Amanda said of her life after finding overnight celebrity on the BBC fixture.
‘I never thought I could feel so much love from a community, it’s been fantastic and the opportunities – I’ve given up my day job, it’s just been a total change.
‘It’s lovely because I went in there and I thought the older women you know, we can still have a go of things, can’t we!’
She pondered bagging another job on the box and admitted that, ‘some NDAs have been signed but I will be on your screens again definitely’.
When asked which famous shows might pique her interest, she already had some ideas and indicated she was wanting to dust off her dance shoes.
‘My children would love me to do the jungle because I made them eat greens from when they were like three years old so they’d love me to see me eat all that but I’d love to do a dancing one,’ the TV personality joked.
The Traitors received massive watching ratings in the United Kingdom before to its Australian run, which is presently wowing audiences with its unusual twists and turns.
The Traitors is streaming on BBC iPlayer.
Source My Celebrity Life.