Amanda Holden predicted Katy Perry’s baby name live on-air months ago

Amanda Holden has dropped a major bombshell by revealing she has a special secret talent.

The 49-year-old Britain's Got Talent judge has showcased her psychic abilities by predicting Katy Perry 's newborn baby's name before the pop star and her fiancé Orlando Bloom revealed it.

Katy and Orlando have welcomed their baby girl, Daisy Dove Bloom into the world, announcing the news on social media on Thursday.

However, Amanda predicted that the couple were naming their baby girl Daisy back in June.

During a video call interview with the I Kissed A Girl hitmaker, Amanda made the psychic remark.

Presenter Jamie Theakston asked Katy: "Have you got a name by the way?"

Amanda chipped in saying: "Don't tell anyone the name because everyone judges you. Yes everyone goes 'oh no don't call it that our school bully was called that' or 'I hated this person called that'. They always have an opinion."

The Last Friday Night songstress joked with Theakston: "Could be Jamie but we don't know if it's a boy or a girl.

"We have a couple of ideas, but you know…"

Then, Amanda showcased her psychic talent, by correctly saying what the baby would end up being called.

She said: "I like Daisy Bloom, because I think the surname of Bloom and Daisy and flowers and… and Perry Bloom is a brilliant hyphen.

"Daisy Perry Bloom."

Amanda posted a video showing her magical powers on Instagram, sharing the clip with her 1.5m followers.

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She captioned the post: "I love @katyperry's face when I correctly predict her baby's name back in June", adding a laughing face emoji at the end of her comment.

Fans flooded the comments with messages, gobsmacked at Mandy's skills.

One said: "Love this mystic Mandy strikes again."

While another wrote: "Wow brilliant prediction."

"Mystic Meg will be out of a job," penned a third.

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