The former Family Fortunes presenter referenced the BGT judge’s sexy pictures shared on social media
Mon, 15 May 2023 at 10:29 am BST
Les Dennis has made a joke about ex-wife Amanda Holden‘s social media posts from a recent trip to Paris.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge shared several sexy photographs of herself in a red dress enjoying a girls’ trip to the French capital, including one of her draped across a grand piano.
Dennis, 69, posted a picture of himself in his dressing room at Leicester’s Curve theatre captioned: “Not in Paris. In Leicester. #LesDennis”
The post has been viewed 943k times.
Holden, 52, posted a picture on Instagram of herself enjoying a champagne cocktail in a glamorous bar captioned: “Sortie sortie #Paris #schoolmums”
Alongside the picture of her lying on the piano, which has just over 19k likes, she wrote: “Making Whoooopie”
Dennis — who is starring in musical 42nd Street at Leicester’s Curve theatre — and Holden were married between 1995 and 2003.
When they tied the knot he was a successful primetime gameshow host — presenting Family Fortunes from 1987 to 2002 — and she was an aspiring actor and model.
They separated temporarily in 2000 after it was revealed she had had an affair with Men Behaving Madly and Line of Duty star Neil Morrissey, 60.
In 2021 Dennis made a joke about the affair, admitting listening to Bob The Builder, voiced by Morrissey, was his idea of torture.
Since their marriage ended Holden has gone to become a successful primetime TV star and radio DJ while Dennis took part in Celebrity Big Brother in 2002, heartbroken and depressed.
He then made light of his fading fame on sitcom Extras in 2005.
Dennis – who most recently guest hosted Countdown and appeared in Death In Paradise – married new wife Clare Nicholson in 2009 and the couple now have two children.
Holden married record producer Chris Hughes in 2008. They share two daughters – Hollie, 11, and 17-year-old Alexa – and had stillborn son Theo in 2011.
Holden said in 2009 that Dennis had been her saviour after her affair with Morrissey was made public. She said: “Les proved to be my saviour. Ironically. So the person I’d hurt the most in the world was the one who was there for me.”