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Britain's Got Talent's Amanda Holden films a close-up of her cleavage in a cheeky backstage video

BRITAIN's Got Talent siren Amanda Holden showed off a close-up of her cleavage in a cheeky backstage video. The 51-year-old star revealed her glamorous transformation as she prepares for second... (Author: Gardener)

BritainBRITAIN's Got Talent siren Amanda Holden showed off a close-up of her cleavage in a cheeky backstage video. The 51-year-old star revealed her glamorous transformation as she prepared for the second semifinal show last night. The video cuts to a close-up of the star's body as the camera pans across her chest and down her hips, where her purple dress splits to reveal lots of leg. Amanda's fans loved the look, with one calling her "a queen" while another saying "really spectacular." But defiant Amanda couldn't believe the fuss over her "nearly 50-year-old boobs" and said they were about to "fall off" as she discussed how much attention they'd received on BGT. Amanda pointed to her chest, laughed, and said, "Fashion has no age limit..." It drives me nuts that those nearly 50-year-old boobs get all the attention when I'm sitting next to Alesha Dixon, who's ten years younger and here carries loads of stuff below! "And that's how they're going to get off the news, so enjoy it while it lasts." On a previous episode of BGT, Amanda's sexy outfit got fans excited when they questioned if the star suffered a wardrobe malfunction. Laughing at the complaints, Amanda said, "I can see what people are thinking, it was like an underwire, you know, when you wear an underwire bikini or bra, it ends up being like an upside-down U, isn't it." I was more offended that people thought I had either huge potted nipples or nipples over my cleavage. “I seriously think my girls (boobs) need a separate representation for me because they are known on their own. They don't need me, they're going to go and make Piers Morgan's life stories by themselves next year! "

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Amanda Holden, 51, dazzles as she flaunts a dress with a thigh-high slit

AMANDA HOLDEN donned a daring purple dress for night two of the Britain's Got Talent semi-final last night. (Author: Gardener)

Amanda HoldenWe use your registration to deliver content in a way you have consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include advertising from us and third parties, as we understand it. This may include advertising from us and third parties, as we understand it. Amanda Holden put on a leggy show as she filmed night two of the Britain's Got Talent semifinals. The talent show judge, 51, shared a series of snaps on Instagram in a daring purple dress that showed off her perfectly toned pins. In light of her 1.8million fans, Amanda stunned in the bespoke gown created by designer Suzanne Neville. The singer showed off her perfectly tanned legs thanks to the daring thigh-high slit down the side of the garment. Not wanting to compromise her modesty, the gap was secured by two sparkling rhinestone bands at the top of her leg to protect the star from a wardrobe malfunction. The red carpet-ready dress hugged the star's curves and featured a train that gathered at the bottom of the garment. The glittery straps at the top of the dress accentuated Amanda's ample ass and added a touch of glamor to the outfit. The star accessorized with a pair of clear PVC heels and minimal jewelry while wearing her hair in a sleek sleek style. Amanda went on to share a time-lapse of herself preparing for the show, including having her hair and makeup done by a team of experts, before being flanked by two actors dressed as Royal Guards.

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BGT judge Amanda Holden turns heads in a sensational thigh-slit dress

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden was absolutely slain in a purple dress with slit thighs in last night's live semifinals. (Author: Gardener)

Amanda HoldenBritain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden was absolutely slain in a purple dress with slit thighs in last night's live semifinals. The 51-year-old panelist, who was recently praised by Kirstie Allsopp for defending her on the ITV series, got hearts racing with her leggy number as she returned to the Hammersmith Apollo. Amanda posed with her hand on her hip for a series of snaps before the show aired, and it's fair to say she looked wild as hell. Celebrities were struck by the personality's look, which showered them with compliments. Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid and Louise Redknapp also sent compliments in the form of fire and love heart emojis. On yesterday's episode of Britain's Got Talent, impressionist Ben Nickless and musical duo Flintz and Taylor sailed into the final on Sunday after the second live semi-final show. Ben was put through straight after receiving most of the audience votes while Flintz and Taylor competed against Amber and her dancing pets, but Amanda's co-stars David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell all voted to let them through. Ben and the duo will join operatic musician Maxwell Thorpe and 13-year-old ventriloquist Jamie Leahey in the live finale, which will air on Sunday June 5th. Britain's Got Talent continues on ITV tonight at 8pm. If you have a celebrity story, video or pictures, please contact the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us at [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or our page Visit to submit content - we'd love to hear from you.

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Alison Hammond was crushed by Amanda Holden's 'harsh' BGT verdict on semifinalist

In the latest Britain's Got Talent, Amanda Holden delivered a harsh judgment on Andrew Basso, the Harry Houdini-esque escape artist (Author: Gardener)

Alison HammondIn the latest Britain's Got Talent, Amanda Holden delivered a harsh Harry Houdini-style verdict on escape artist Andrew Basso BGT: Alison and Dermot respond to Amanda's criticism of Andrew Basso. Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary were surprised by Amanda Holden's "negative" comments on Tuesday night's Britain's Got Talent finalist after a death-defying stunt. The presenters of This Morning sat down with Josie Gibson on Wednesday morning to discuss the previous night's talent show drama and singled out Andrew Basso for the judge's comments. The Harry Houdini-esque escape artist disappeared from view during his stunt in the semifinals and dove into a tank of water for several minutes during his performance. During a crucial moment of the contestant's performance, the set went dark and he was no longer to be seen. After emerging from the tank and completing his act successfully and unharmed, Amanda stunned fans by accusing the semi-final action of "cheating". The presenters of This Morning sat down with Josie Gibson on Wednesday." Speaking at the This Morning studio, Josie agreed with the judge's comments, saying: "Everyone was on the edge of their seat when they first watched him. The set went dark and he was out of sight. Dermot pushed back and said, "He went in with a lot of handcuffs and came out without them, so obviously he did it." "She's not usually like that, is she? After the This Morning studio played the BGT clip, Dermot said of Andew Basso: 'Poor bloke, literally ties him up, he's soaking wet and you're disappointed.'" Alison added: "He was out of breath, poor thing, imagine that." The Harry Houdini-esque escape artist disappeared from view during his stunt, but Josie was adamant Amanda made the right decision, saying: "It was a bit like turning the TV off and on again and saying 'Surprise!'." Several fans agreed with Amanda and flocked to Twitter for comment on Tuesday night. One wrote: "Wait what!!!! Britain's Got Talent continues on ITV tonight.

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Britain's Got Talents escapologist's 'cheating' in the semifinals

The 51-year-old was unfazed by escape artist Andrew Basso, 36, who escaped from chains underwater. (Author: Gardener)

BritainAmanda Holden accused one of Britain's Got Talent semi-finalists of "cheating" during Tuesday's spectacular show. The 51-year-old was unfazed by escape artist Andrew Basso, 36, who escaped from chains underwater. When a crucial part of the stunt was performed in the dark, the outspoken judge said it may have been "less danger and more deception." The talent show hopeful impressed the judges with his first audition, but failed to curry favor at his second attempt. During the second semi-final, in which impressionist Ben Nickless won the public vote, stunt artist Andrew told viewers that he would escape from the shark tank but would have to do so in total darkness. The contestant then held his breath as he was lowered into the water and a few minutes later managed to free himself and come out unharmed. However, despite the dramatic show, Amanda was far from impressed and gave very critical feedback: 'And I think tonight because of the darkness and because of everything else, we just wondered 'there's less danger and more cheating on tanks'. While fellow judge Simon Cowell shouted: "Cheating? Later, Andrew abruptly left the stage after being told he hadn't made it to the grand finals and didn't. Despite the boos from the crowd, viewers were quick to support Amanda as they rushed to Twitter to offer their views. One viewer commented, "I agree with Amanda on Andrew Basso, to be honest I said he could have had a key or something on him because no one could see what he was doing." While a second added: "Not convinced the tank was 'full' of water...why didn't it spill when they let him in? And a third wrote: "Doubts about the public vote will save Andrew Basso". Andrew's first performance, which aired in April, saw him "almost drowned" while recreating Harry Houdini's famous stunt. The hopeful attempted to entertain fans by climbing into a water torture cell, from which he had to escape by picking a lock while handcuffed backwards. Andrew told judges Simon, Amanda, Alesha Dixon, 43, and David Walliams, 50, that Houdini described the act, which was the "culmination of his creation," as "the most dangerous and difficult." The actor told the judges: "I'm going to escape in two minutes. The audience began to worry when it stopped at 2:36 a.m. as the escapologist desperately tried to put the key in the lock to escape. The crowd was silent as Andrew looked around with a stressed expression on his face, when the clock struck 3:03 he managed to hit the toss and escape from the box. All four judges and the audience gave him a standing ovation while viewers at home were left in shock.

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Britain's Got Talent viewers are all saying the same thing about Amanda Holden's performance last night

BGT Semifinals: Amanda Holden dazzled in a purple dress in the second semifinal last night, and fans were all saying the same thing (Author: Gardener)

last nightThe second BGT semi-final took place last night (May 31) with judge Amanda Holden pulling out all the stops in her custom made gown. Ahead of the live show, Amanda took to Instagram to share her outfit details. She wore a tailored purple dress with silver sparkling pearls by Suzanne Neville. It featured the highest slit in the world, with the dress held together by two sequined garter-style straps. Fans of the series took to Twitter and Instagram to reveal whether they thought the outfit was a hit or miss. Read more: BGT boss Simon Cowell makes the case for Ant and Dec's future at ITV On Monday night, Amanda was asked to dress more appropriately for her age. One viewer explained: "I swear I live for Amanda Holden's outfits." "OMG I LOVE Amanda's dress!!!! "I just loved your dress tonight, it was divine, stunning," said a third. Not enough words in the English dictionary to say how beautiful this beautiful woman really is. Others pointed out how lucky Amanda's husband Chris Hughes is to have Amanda on his arm. You have to work hard to look this fabulous!!!" said another. "Not enough words in the English dictionary to say how beautiful this beautiful woman really is," concluded another. However, there is always someone trying to dampen the spirits by criticizing Amanda's looks. "Really don't get the whole Amanda Holden thing," mused one viewer. "She's really not that gorgeous, has to wear revealing things to get noticed... Not at all for me, grossly overrated and thinks she's Miss World," they added. "Mutton dressed as a lamb," said another. Others took offense at Amanda's timelapse video, which showed her getting ready surrounded by her glamorous team. With the third BGT semi-final airing tonight, we can't wait to see what Amanda wears! The Britain's Got Talent semi-final continues tonight (June 1) at 8pm on ITV.

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Amanda Holden, 51, wears a purple thigh-slit dress at BGT

The 51-year-old caused the temperatures to soar yet again as she slipped into a racy outfit for the second night of Britain's Got Talent semi-finals on Tuesday. (Author: Gardener)

Amanda HoldenThe 51-year-old TV personality flaunted her leggy legs in a purple dress with thigh slits and silver embellishments as she appeared before the Hammersmith Apollo panel of judges. She added inches to her enviable figure with a pair of sparkly heels and put up a storm with her hand on her hip. Amanda Holden raised the temperature yet again as she slipped into a racy outfit for night two of Tuesday's Britain's Got Talent semifinals - Tuesday's final Amanda, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams will be tasked with deciding who who is sent through. After Amber And The Dancing Collies performed a swashbuckling routine, Simon joked that he was inspired to direct a dog-themed Pirates Of The Caribbean program. David remarked, "This is a nation of dog lovers, the public is crazy about it, but you're also talented and it's the chemistry that made it happen." Out of this world: The 51-year-old TV personality flaunted her leggy legs in a thigh-length purple dress with silver embellishments as she appeared before the Hammersmith Apollo Gorgeous judging panel: She added inches to her enviable physique with a pair of sparkling heels as she of When Ant & Dec was asked how she felt about her puppies after the show, Amber said, Yes, I'm really proud of them. Earlier in the evening they kicked off the first of a week of live shows with a spectacular opening performance by the cast of the musical Back to the Future - as they introduced the jury. In their element: After Amber And The Dancing Collies performed a swashbuckling routine, Simon quipped that he was inspired to direct a big fan of canine-themed 'Pirates of the Caribbean': David remarked, 'This is a nation of dog lovers who the public go crazy for it, but you're also talented and it's the chemistry that made it happen." After the Voices of Armed Forces Children Choir belted out a heartbreaking track, Amanda gushed, "I have to say, I think that was it one of the most emotional and courageous performances I've seen on the show. I'm so proud of you all, I hardly know you but want to give you a massive cuddle. Simon added: "You've all been amazing. Magician Ryland Petty challenged the jury to shuffle a Rubik's Cube. It soon became apparent that the end result matched his own, which he had prepared ahead of the show. Catchy: After Dante Marvin performed an original comedy song, David said, "It should be on the pop charts! Having fun: Dante said: "I absolutely loved it. Alesha said in her feedback: "Our little Harry Potter. After Dante Marvin performed an original comedy song, David said, "It should be on the pop charts! You put a smile on everyone you meet." You put a smile on everyone you meet." Amanda added, "I'm gonna sing that all night. Unbelievable: Next came Alesha's golden buzzer, Flintz & T4ylor, who smashed their own rap tune against a live piano melody, Dante said: "I absolutely loved it. I didn't know if I would be in the semifinals here, but now I could reach the final!' I didn't know if I would be in the semifinals here, but now I could reach the final!' Next came Alesha's golden buzzer, Flintz & T4ylor belting out their own rap tune against a live piano tune. Simon showered her with praise. He said: That was without question the best performance of the evening so far. I think this performance will change your life." Entertaining: As ranger Chris Roberts danced alongside people in dinosaur costumes against a medley of hits, Amanda seemed to be having a blast. Unimpressed: David, who buzzed his buzzer while Alesha gave feedback, said, "You just have a bunch of these friends who like to dress up as dinosaurs. As ranger Chris Roberts danced alongside people in dinosaur costumes to a medley of hits, Amanda appeared to be having a blast. I was so ready for this act and I ended up having the best night of my life. David, who buzzed his buzzer while Alesha gave feedback, said: "You just have some friends who like to dress up as dinosaurs." Brave: Impressionist Ben Nickless bragged about Elvis Presley, Gary Barlow, Boris Johnson, Kermit The Frog, Piers Morgan, Bear Grylls and Joe Wicks made fun of Impressionist Ben Nickless made fun of Elvis Presley, Gary Barlow, Boris Johnson, Kermit The Frog, Piers Morgan , Bear Grylls and Joe Wicks. On his birthday he also tried Britney Spears, Prince Charles, Holly Willoughby, Scooby Doo, Homer Simpson, Billy Connolly, Michael McIntyre, Mrs Brown, Ozzy Osbourne, Dec Donnelly, Ant McPartlin, David Walliams, Alan Carr. Simon said: "It drove me absolutely crazy, it was so funny, so silly. The audience loved it. I can see on your face that it's dawning on you that you're here. Theme: Earlier in the evening, Ant & Dec kicked off the first week of live shows with a spectacular opening performance by the cast of the musical Back to the Future.

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Amanda Holden, 51, shows off her leggy legs in a purple dress

Amanda Holden caused the temperatures to soar again as she slipped into a racy outfit for the second night of Britain's Got Talent semi-finals on Tuesday. (Author: Gardener)

Amanda HoldenThe 51-year-old TV personality flaunted her leggy legs in a purple dress with thigh slits and silver embellishments as she appeared before the Hammersmith Apollo panel of judges. She added inches to her enviable figure with a pair of sparkly heels and put up a storm with her hand on her hip. Amanda Holden raised the temperature yet again as she slipped into a racy outfit for night two of Tuesday's Britain's Got Talent semifinals - Tuesday's final Amanda, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams were tasked with deciding who who should be sent through. Impressionist Ben Nickless won the public vote and moves on to the next phase alongside runner-up singers Flintz & T4ylor, chosen by the jury. Unfortunately, Amber and the Dancing Collies - who were also in the top three - were sent home after a swashbuckling routine on Tuesday. Out of this world: The 51-year-old TV personality flaunted her leggy legs in a thigh-length purple dress with silver embellishments as she appeared in front of the judges at Hammersmith Apollo. Meanwhile, behind-the-scenes chaos broke out after howling children were turned away from the doors of the Hammersmith Apollo as the venue was too crowded to accommodate them, it has been reported. According to allegations, ticketing company ApplauseStore deliberately allotted an excess of tickets in the event of no-shows. Gorgeous: She added inches to her enviable figure with a pair of sparkling heels and, with her hand on her hip, posed a storm on live shows for the semifinals. “But many, many people were disappointed and it was complete chaos. Because ApplauseStore's fine print refused to guarantee entry to anyone who showed up, "crying children" reportedly filled the street outside the venue. Deserved: At the second live show of Britain's Got Talent, impressionist Ben Nickless won the public vote as he moved on to the next stage. A spokesman for ApplauseStore said: "As is customary, tickets are being overbooked to cover those occasions when people do not show up for a free event. “Ticket numbers are carefully checked and we make it very clear that ticket holders are not always guaranteed entry. Runner-up singers Flintz & T4ylor, voted for by David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell, will also return

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Amanda Holden pulls out all the stops in a glittery dress for the first live 'BGT' show

The actor and presenter showed himself leggy for the first live filming of the talent show. (Author: Gardener)

Amanda HoldenBritain's Got Talent judges are no strangers to being scrubbed for the reality TV show. David Walliams regularly dons a smart suit for judicial duties, while Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden opt for vibrant suits and skin-tight dresses. But for the latest episode of the British TV favorite, Amanda Holden pulled out all the stops in a floor-length sequined dress for the inaugural Britain's Got Talent live show. The actor and presenter, 51, looked every bit a TV star in a sparkling Rami Kadi couture gown, which was styled by Kyle Willet. READ ALSO: Amanda Holden Proves Power Dressing In The Duchess-Approved British Brand Is Here To Stay. Fellow Heart radio host Ashley Roberts simply commented with a series of fire emojis, while former Strictly Come Dancing judge Oti Mabuse declared her "queen". READ ALSO: Amanda Holden's bright green blazer dress is the definition of 'dopamine dressing' The presenter was joined by co-judge Alesha Dixon, who stunned in a metal blue mini dress ensemble with a boned bustier that accentuated her toned figure. All eyes were on the judging duo as they took the stage for the live show, which saw opera singer Maxwell Thorpe and ventriloquist Jamie Leahey sail through to the next round. Watch: Teenage buskers and ventriloquists to the Britain's Got Talent finale

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Amanda Holden steps out with wet hair after Harry Styles confession

Amanda Holden was spotted leaving the Heart Breakfast Radio studios on Tuesday looking jittery with wet hair following Harry Styles' recent confession (Author: Gardener)

Amanda HoldenAnd Amanda Holden was no exception as she was spotted leaving the Heart Breakfast Radio studios on Tuesday looking jittery with wet hair following Harry Styles' recent confession. Harry recently left the Britain's Got Talent, 51, judge who was feeling nervous after confessing he dedicated his song 'Golden' to her in rehearsals by changing the lyrics to 'Amanda Holden'. Following Monday's Britain's Got Talent first semi-final, Amanda referenced the shot by sharing a video of herself in a glittery dress over Harry's hit. As she exited her show, Amanda sported a wild wet hair look with a cream sweater with short puff sleeves and a pair of flared denim jeans. The blonde bombshell also opted to up her height with a pair of white pumps, which instantly dressed up the look. To round out the retro ensemble, she adorned a vintage-style crossbody camera bag and appeared to leave the studio in dizzying high spirits. The judge, known for her glamorous outfits and makeup looks on Britain's Got Talent, opted for a more natural route. Go with a simple but natural makeup look and a blush pink lip to keep her look casual. The night before, during her appearance in the first semi-final of Britain's Got Talent, Amanda looked nothing short of sensational in a silver sequined dress with an off-the-shoulder design and a high slit. She shared a video of her look on Instagram and set the music to Harry's famous hit Golden. Harry recently spoke to Amanda on breakfast show The Heart FM about his new music video of which he made the hilarious confession. During the interview, Harry said: "I just wanted to let you know that there is a song on my last album called Golden and whenever we sing it in rehearsals we replace Golden with Amanda Holden." After feeling nervous from the interview, she managed to pull herself together and tweet later.

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