Amanda Holden wants to be the new Victoria Beckham.

The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge has revealed she is planning to move into fashion and hopes to be as successful in the industry as the Spice Girl-turned-designer.

She told the Daily Express newspaper: ''I admire Victoria Beckham because she was absolutely in it [her fashion business] and it was a massive success so I would rather take the time to do something well and be able to talk about it and promote it - and make it affordable as well.''

Amanda - who has daughters Lexi, eight, and Hollie, two, with her husband Chris Hughes - remained coy about details of her fashion line, but did admit it was going to include kidswear.

The presenter isn't a fan of celebrity clothing lines and is determined to do more than just put her name to a collection.

She explained: ''I think a lot of the market is saturated with clothing lines. I've never cashed in. I wrote my own book and if I am going to do something I'd want to be involved in it 100 per cent.''

Amanda has earned a reputation for her fashion-savvy choices on Simon Cowell's talent show 'BGT' and constantly found herself pitted against fellow female judge Alesha Dixon in the style stakes.