Amanda Holden wows BGT viewers in daring gold dress held up by luck alone

Amanda Holden has left fans shocked over her outfit during the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals after she previously admitted she wouldn't hold back with her controversial choices on the ITV show.

Amanda took centre stage on the show and stepped out in a shoulderless sequinned corset style dress with loose sleeves that bared her shoulders and chest, with a leg slit that reached the top of her thigh.

She styled her signature blonde hair slicked back in loose waves behind her shoulders and wore glamorous makeup to accentuate her beauty.

The judge accessorised with stacks of gold earrings.

The fans were divided and rushed to Twitter to comment on Amanda’s daring dress but noticed something unusual about her complexion.

An impressed viewer wrote: “Amanda looks so good.”

However, another tweeted about her "heavy fake tan" and said that her face was "a different colour to her body".

Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly welcomed her onto the show after an opening act from the cast of Moulin Rouge and asked her about the contestants.

She said that BGT have received a high standard of auditionees this year, potentially because everyone had been practicing during lockdown.

The Heart Radio presenter has garnered complaints in the past from disgruntled viewers who deem her BGT looks as inappropriate.

The 51-year-old loves to show off her petite frame and impressive toned figure in skin-tight dresses and the occasional revealing neckline, but some fans don’t think her outfits set the right tone for the family friendly talent show.

BGT has previously received Ofcom complaints due to her fashion choices and she has even opened up about the situation to OK! Magazine.

After the show amassed 633 complaints over a black sequinned dress she wore in 2017, she said: “I’m from a small chested family, plus, you know, I’m 48-years-old. It’s all quite laughable, but all everyone seems to talk about.”

She continued to defend her bold style: “It’s been called another national crisis, but oh no, I will not be covered up.”

Amanda has also said that she thinks her “t*** are the biggest talking point every year” she’s on the show and suggested that if there aren’t any Ofcom complaints about them, then she “hasn’t done her job right”.

Britain's Got Talent continues Tuesday on ITV at 8pm

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