Amanda Holden shares throwback snaps from early 2000s drama Cutting It

Amanda Holden shared some throwback snaps from her early 2000s days on Saturday to celebrate her old TV series Cutting It being rerun.

The BBC drama ran for four seasons between 2002 and 2005 and was set in Manchester, focusing on the lives of the team running a hairdressing salon. 

The show featured a number of actors who subsequently became established stars, including Amanda and Ben Daniels. 

Amanda played the role of Mia Bevan – a confident young assistant stylist in her late twenties.

And taking to her social media, the presenter, 52, shared a sweet snap alongside her former co-stars, Angela Griffin, Sian Reeves, Lucy Gaskell and Sarah Parish.

Throwback: Amanda Holden shared some throwback snaps from her early 2000s days on Saturday to celebrate her old TV series Cutting It being rerun

Captioning the picture, she wrote: ‘So fun to see this being repeated. #CuttingIt @ukTV’

In the snap, a young Amanda can be seen dressed up in a black sheer dress, flashing her side-boob and incredible figure.

The star added inches to her frame in black pointed heels and toted her belongings in a silver sparkly clutch.

It comes after Amanda got into the spirit of Comic Relief as she shared a funny clip attempting to put on her red nose. 

The presenter looked sensational on Friday as she modelled a tight white mini dress that showcased her tiny waist and long legs. 

Yet she was missing the ultimate accessory – her big red nose. 

Amanda was filmed attempting to put on the item, struggling to keep it in place and running around as she dropped it. 

Eventually she managed to get hold of her nose and popped it on as she posed up a storm. 

Reminiscing: Cutting It ran for four seasons between 2002 and 2005 and was set in Manchester, focusing on the lives and loves of the team running a hairdressing salon

Reminiscing: Cutting It ran for four seasons between 2002 and 2005 and was set in Manchester, focusing on the lives and loves of the team running a hairdressing salon

Ahead of Friday night’s annual Comic Relief telethon the stars have been showing their support for the charity. 

The Beckhams also got involved, with David posing alongside daughter Harper, 11, as they grinned at one another across a table. 

The former footballer, 47, remarked ‘I love this years Red Nose by Sir Jony Ive’ – the former Apple guru who designed the accessory. 

Michelle Keegan also got in on the action as she posed for a striking selfie sporting her big red nose.  

Several celebs have taken part in the Red Nose Day charity appeal over the years, taking on all types of challenges to raise funds, such as Emma Willis, Oti Mabuse and Rylan Clark, who reached the summit of Cairn Gorm Mountain to fundraise for the event.

Others have shown their support by promoting the cause with snaps sporting the red nose and donating towards the charity. 

Red noses are on sale for £2.50 from the Comic Relief shop at shop.comicrelief.com.

Laugh along: It comes after Amanda got into the spirit of Comic Relief as she shared a funny clip attempting to put on her red nose

Laugh along: It comes after Amanda got into the spirit of Comic Relief as she shared a funny clip attempting to put on her red nose

All profits from sales of the new red nose will go directly to Comic Relief.

For the first time, the red nose is also being sold on Amazon, which Comic Relief says is the new home of the red nose.

Amazon is offering free shipping to all customers, regardless of your Amazon Prime status.

Hosted by David Tennant, Zoe Ball, Paddy McGuinness, AJ Odudu and Joel Dommett, Friday night’s TV extravaganza ensures to be a night full of fun and laughs.

Ahead of its broadcast on BBC One, here is a roundup of everything you can expect from the show – from Claudia Winkleman fronting a hilarious Traitors parody to Kylie Minogue making an unlikely Ghosts appearance.

And while Mae Muller has been confirmed as the UK’s next Eurovision entry, the likes of Jamie Dornan, Bono and Miranda Hart are among the hopefuls for next year’s competition in a rib-tickling sketch.

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