She’s just wrapped the latest series of Britain’s Got Talent, where she showcased her incredible wardrobe.
And Amanda Holden, 47 found another occasion to show off both her sense of style and amazing figure as she hit the Classic BRIT Awards on Wednesday night in a jaw-dropping gown.
The TV star wowed in a dreamy lilac number, which flaunted her ample assets and long legs to perfection.
Strike a pose: Amanda Holden, 47 hit the Classic BRIT Awards on Wednesday night in a jaw-dropping gown
Amanda pulled out all the stops for the Royal Albert Hall, London bash, which saw her mingle with the likes of Myleene Klass and Love Island’s Montana Brown.
The star chose a stunning dress in a delicate lilac hue, with intricate diamante detail on the chest.
The low cut design flaunted Amanda’s decolletage while the belted waist accentuated her trim figure.
Presenting: Amanda pulled out all the stops for the Royal Albert Hall, London bash, which saw her mingle with the likes of Myleene Klass and Love Island’s Montana Brown
Va va voom: The star chose a stunning dress in a delicate lilac hue, with intricate diamante detail on the chest
The dramatic skirt of the dress was semi sheer, with a train that followed her up the red carpet.
Amanda presented the Breakthrough Artist of the Year award to 2017 Britain’s Got Talent champion, pianist Tokio Myers, with the pair sharing an emotional hug on stage.
Amanda’s sultry outing comes after the secret behind her fabulous figure is not restricting herself with diets.
Speaking to The Daily Mail last month, she revealed: ‘You have to enjoy life. I eat everything. Drink everything. I had a friend once who didn’t make it to her 50s and her biggest regret was she spent her life on a diet. I don’t diet.’
Stunning from all angles: Amanda’s dress also featured a semi-sheer tulle skirt
And the winner is: Amanda confidently took the stage to hand out one of the night’s top prizes
Reunited: Amanda presented the Breakthrough Artist of the Year award to 2017 Britain’s Got Talent champion, pianist Tokio Myers
This is for you! Amanda looked thrilled that her BGT pal had picked up the gong
Admitting that she does alter a routine slightly ahead of Britain’s Got Talent she confessed: ‘I go to a fitness camp in Portugal before the live shows. I’m a vegetarian, so for me it’s lots of avocado, chickpeas, and quinoa salads as well as hikes and boxing.
‘It’s really good for your mindset, rather like unplugging your computer and plugging it back in. But the entire thing only takes up a few weeks. You can’t live like that all the time.’
She continued: ‘I practise a form of yoga, which is more to do with breath control and strength than getting sweaty, and I run every morning, but I love a glass of wine and going out.’
Big moment: Am emotional Tokio leaned in for a hug from the TV star
Congrats: Amanda beamed as she was reunited with the BGT winner
Wow factor: The dramatic skirt of the dress was semi sheer, with a train that followed her up the red carpet
Detailed: Amanda’s dress was studded with delicate beaded detail and a sash belt
Amanda, who has two daughters, Lexi, 12, and Hollie, six, explained that she hasn’t let motherhood slow her down and is determined to stay as fit as ever.
‘You just have to keep going when you have children. You’re constantly haring around,’ she said.
‘I do eat healthily but I have treats and I do love – I know I sound like an alcoholic — my glass of wine or gin. Life is too short to be strict.’
Making an entrance: Amanda held up the skirt of her dress as she ascended the stairs
Classic BRIT Awards 2018 – WINNERS
Male Artist of the Year
Sound of Classical 2018
PPL Classic BRITS breakthrough Artist of the Year
Classic BRITS Icon
Classic FM Album of the Year
Michael Ball and Alfie Boe
Soundtrack of the Year
The Greatest Showman
Group of the Year
Michael Ball and Alfie Boe
Female Artist of the Year
Sound of Classical Poll 2018
Lifetime Achievement Award
Dame Vera Lynn
Special Recognition Award
Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber