Amanda Holden looks chic in a £25 Womanhood T-shirt and designer trousers outside the Heart radio studios in London
She’s known for her effortlessly chic style choices.
And Amanda Holden looked stylish in a £25 Womanhood graphic print T-shirt from French Connection outside the Heart radio studios in London on Wednesday.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, cut a casual figure in a black leather jacket and a pair of black designer trousers by Jacquemus.
Biker chic: Amanda Holden looked chic in a £25 Womanhood T-shirt and designer trousers outside the Heart radio studios in London on Wednesday
She sported a pair of white heeled ankle boots and tied the look together with a black handbag tucked under her arm.
The presenter’s glossy locks bounced around her shoulders as she walked the streets of the capital.
Amanda hid her eyes with a pair of large sunglasses and appeared in good spirits.
She took to Instagram to give fans another look at her stylish ensemble, posting a picture to her Instagram Story.
Glamorous: The Britain’s Got Talent judge cut a casual figure in a black leather jacket and a graphic T-shirt which read ‘woman’
Pointing at the camera, she wrote that her top was from French Connection and the trousers Jacquemus.
The radio host also posted a sassy video of her strutting in a post and snapping her fingers to the camera.
This comes after Amanda addressed rumours Britain’s Got Talent will be cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Appearing on her Heart Radio Breakfast show on Tuesday, her co-host Ashley Roberts quizzed her for more information.
Stylish: Amanda sported a pair of white heeled ankle boots and tied the look together with a black handbag tucked under her arm, wearing large sunglasses as she strutted
She told Ashley bosses were still having long discussions to see if it was feasible for the show to go ahead, or if it would have to be postponed to 2022.
Ashley asked Amanda: ‘So, there are rumours BGT may be cancelled due to COVID. Amanda, you had said the live audience is everything, right? Is that the reason?’
To which the judge replied: ‘Yeah, well I personally think that we shouldn’t do it without the fifth judge which is you guys.
‘We need the people behind us, it’s the one show where it does kind of suffer and I’ll be honest, we’ve been told it’s on hold, but then we’ve been told something different so I think it’s fluid.
‘I think there are still discussions going on because it’s a big old show and there are a lot of people who are employed behind the scenes so it’s one that needs to be discussed a bit more in length.’
Jamie Theakston added: ‘It’s impossible to make a decision in an evolving situation, because we don’t know what the world is going to look like in 6 months.’
Amanda said: ‘Exactly and I think the producers are very keen not to let anyone down, so I think it’s still under discussion let’s say that.’
It comes following reports Thames TV and Simon Cowell’s company Syco have come to the conclusion that it may not be possible to make the programme safely in 2021 due to covid-19 restrictions.
Her say: Amanda has addressed rumours Britain’s Got Talent will be cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic