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AMANDA Holden has defended her "huge saucepan nipples" after Britain's Got Talent viewers complained about her daring dresses.
The judge isn't phased by the hundreds of groans to broadcasting watchdog Ofcom over her low-cut ensemble on the ITV talent show last week.
In the previous episode of BGT, Amanda's sexy outfit sent fans into a tizzy as they questioned whether the star had suffered a wardrobe malfunction.
Amanda laughed at the complaints and said: "I can see what people think, it had a like an underwire, you know when you have an underwire bikini or bra, the end of it it's like an upside down U isn't it. The end of it dug in.
"I was more insulted that people thought I had either huge saucepan nipples or nipples over my cleavage.
"I am seriously thinking my girls (boobs) need separate representation to me, because they are known on their own. They don't need me, they're going to go off and do Piers Morgan's Life Stories on their own next year!
The 49-year-old star is performing on the upcoming semi-final for the ITV talent show this weekend.
The judge is set to give a stunning performance of Sweeney Todd's Not While I'm Around from her new album Songs From My Heart, which has already sold out on Amazon following its release on Friday.
Filming was pre-recorded due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and Amanda is once again showing of her enviable figure.
Taking to her Instagram page, the TV favourite offered fans a glimpse at what to expect on the show.
In the photo, the blonde beauty is staring dreamily into the distance, her hair styled into soft curls.
Amanda is sitting on the stage and wearing a plunging dress with diamante detailing.
She captioned the post: "Can’t wait to perform on @bgt on Saturday night #SongsFromMyHeart".
The album has been a labour of love over several years, and sees her perform her favourite tracks from the West End stage, as well as a duet with Sheridan Smith.
Amanda admitted she's nervous about Saturday's performance, telling The Sun: “Releasing it feels like I’ve had a wobbly tooth that just won’t come out, and you go, ‘Let me just yank it out’.
“That’s how I’ve felt throughout lockdown. It’s been like, ‘Are we going to do it? Yes. We’re gonna do it in October’, and then you think October’s miles away and it has come round so quickly.
“I am just so nervous but so relieved that it’ll be out and we just can get on with promoting it and doing all the stuff that comes with it. But I can’t wait now, to be absolutely honest.”
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