Amanda Holden looked sensational as she gave fans a glimpse at her stylish dress ahead of her appearance on television show I Can See Your Voice on Saturday.
The actress, 51 – who is tasked as a panellist with guessing whether guests have good or bad vocal abilities after they lip sync to a recorded track – wore a vivid green Alex Perry dress with ruched detail across the top and a sweetheart neckline.
Radio host Amanda’s off-the-shoulder garment hugged her hourglass figure and she wore a pair high-heeled shoes with gold straps for this week’s episode of the BBC One show.
In style: Amanda Holden, 51, looked sensational as she gave fans a glimpse at her dress ahead of her appearance on television show I Can See Your Voice on Saturday
She accessorised with a gold bracelet and a pair of subtle pendulum earrings.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge wore lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty features and wore her blonde hair back in a ponytail.
Former Cutting It cast member Amanda was seen posing with her arms in the air as she stood under a pink heart on set.
Strike a pose: She wore a vivid green Alex Perry dress with ruched detail across the top and a sweetheart neckline
It comes after Amanda said ‘the deal is not done’ about her return for the next season of Britain’s Got Talent.
She teased Simon Cowell that her 15 years on the ITV talent reality competition did not mean she was a permanent addition to the panel alongside rumoured departing judge David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and himself.
While paying tribute to the 61-year-old TV executive at the Variety Club Awards on Tuesday, Amanda told the crowd: ‘I am currently in negotiations for my 16th year on Britain’s Got Talent.’
Glamour puss: Former Cutting It cast member Amanda was seen posing with her arms in the air as she stood under a pink heart on set
Simon responded by whispering: ‘The deal is done.’
She replied: ‘No it is not. The deal is not done.’
Meanwhile, David Walliams’ future on the show is ‘up in the air as it is rumoured the 51-year-old comedian will be stepping away from the judging panel of the next series.
Speaking out: It comes after Amanda said ‘the deal is not done’ about her return for the next season of Britain’s Got Talent while at the Variety Showbusiness Awards this week
David, 51, has reportedly quit the ITV show ahead of its 2023 series, weeks after he was forced to apologise for describing an elderly contestant as a ‘c***’ and making vile sexual remarks about a woman taking part.
Yet despite the backlash, Amanda, 51, publicly backed her co-star this week when she proudly declared herself ‘team David’.
Speaking about the future of Britain’s Got Talent, Amanda told Good Morning Britain on Monday: ‘I would like to see the judging panel look like it did before. I think we’re a great team, we’re a family.’
Asked directly if she was ‘Team David’, she replied: ‘Of course I’m team David.’
He’s off! Meanwhile, Amanda’s fellow BGT judge David Walliams has reportedly quit Britain’s Got Talent after 10 years on the judging panel
David’s co-stars, Simon, Amanda and Alesha are in negotiations for their 2023 contracts. None of them have signed a deal yet.
A spokesperson said: ‘The judging panel for Britain’s Got Talent 2023 will be announced in due course.
‘It’s still very much up in the air at the moment on whether David is going to take part in next year’s show. No decision, though, has been made as yet.’
Auditions are not due to begin for another two months so it is believed none of the judging panel are currently officially contracted to the show.
He’s off! The comedian (pictured in 2012) is set to leave the ITV show ahead of its 2023 series, weeks after he was forced to apologise for describing an elderly contestant as a ‘c***’
Questions were raised about David’s future on the programme after ‘disrespectful comments’ he made about BGT contestants in a recording of an audition show at the London Palladium in January 2020 were leaked, prompting him to apologise.
In leaked recordings, he said: ‘She’s like the slightly boring girl you meet in the pub that thinks you want to f*** them, but you don’t.’
He reiterated: ‘She thinks you want to f*** her, but you don’t.’
The Little Britain star then added: ‘I know, she’s just like, ‘Oh, f*** off!’ I was saying, she thinks you want to f*** her, but you don’t. It’s the last thing on your mind, but she’s like, ‘Yep, I bet you do!’ No I don’t!’
David insisted the conversations were ‘never intended to be shared’, but said sorry.
He said in a statement: ‘I would like to apologise to the people I made disrespectful comments about during breaks in filming for Britain’s Got Talent in 2020. These were private conversations and – like most conversations with friends – were never intended to be shared. Nevertheless, I am sorry.’
A spokesman for ITV said: ‘We do not condone the language outlined in these allegations and we have spoken to the producers of Britain’s Got Talent.
‘Duty of care towards all participants on any of our programmes is always of paramount importance and we have protocols and guidelines in place for all our production partners.’
Speaking out: In a statement, David said: ‘I would like to apologise to the people I made disrespectful comments about during breaks in filming for Britain’s Got Talent in 2020