Amanda Holden could be set to garner even more complaints to Ofcom with her latest daring ensemble on Saturday’s episode of Britain’s Got Talent.
The TV judge, 49, ensured all eyes were on her once again as she taped the fifth semi-final in a head-turning gown with a daring sheer black lace bustier.
Amanda’s racy gown on last week’s show sparked 235 Ofcom complaints and led viewers to question whether she had suffered a wardrobe malfunction.
Glamour: Amanda Holden, 49, could be set to garner even more complaints to Ofcom with her latest daring ensemble on Saturday’s episode of Britain’s Got Talent
The garment on this week’s show featured a perilously high leg split that showcased Amanda’s sensational figure while it also came with a burgundy velvet sleeve.
The dress had a sweetheart neckline while Amanda added height to her frame with a pair of black, open-toed heels.
Wearing a light pallet of makeup, the former Wild At Heart actress looked sensational as she let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders for the event.
Putting the recent controversy over her sartorial choices behind her, Amanda was all smiles as she took to the stage and waved to the crowd ahead of the show.
Outfit: The TV judge ensured all eyes were on her once again as she taped the fifth semi-final in a head-turning gown with a daring sheer black lace bustier
While Amanda opted for a daring look for the main show, she wore a more demure outfit as she performed on stage in scenes set to air on Saturday.
The judge looked sensational as she posed in a chic white turtleneck gown that had long sleeves and a billowing skirt.
Amanda is set to give a stunning performance of Sweeney Todd’s Not While I’m Around from her new album Songs From My Heart, which has already sold out on Amazon following its release on Friday.
The singer’s ensemble featured pointed shoulders and fit snugly on her frame up until the waist, where the ivory skirt then fell in a fishtail design.
On Friday, Amanda laughed off the drama about last week’s dress as she spoke exclusively to MailOnline, and joked her breasts need their ‘own representation’.
Elegant: While Amanda opted for a daring look for the main show, she wore a more demure outfit as she performed on stage in scenes set to air on Saturday’s show
Teasing her outfit for Saturday’s show, the talented star quipped: ‘I’m wearing a dress that goes down to the end of my arms and up to the top of my neck!’
Amanda added that she wants the attention to be on her performance and jokingly added: ‘Not on my breasts!’
Although the star cheekily teased: ‘Although you very clearly see them as obviously it’s a tight-fitting dress!’
Discussing the recent furore over her outfit on last Saturday’s show and the 235 Ofcom complaints it has received, Amanda said she has used her ‘sense of humour’ to deal with the backlash.
Following Saturday’s show, some fans claimed on Twitter that Amanda had suffered a nip slip in the look and she took to Instagram at the time to shut down speculation.
Beauty: The judge looked sensational as she posed in a chic white turtleneck gown that had long sleeves and a billowing skirt
In her typically tongue-in-cheek humour, the singer joked to MailOnline that she was more insulted that people thought she had ‘huge saucepan nipples’.
The star explained that she has her own ‘committee’ of people that come down to check on her outfits before a show and she said that her racy gown had passed.
Although being mindful of viewers’ opinions, Amanda admitted that she ‘can see what people think’.
Amanda had worn a plunging navy gown with a daring thigh-high slit which had a built in underwire on the bust.
The Heart radio presenter said: ‘I can see what people think, it had a like an underwire, you know when you have an underwire bikini or bra, the end of it it’s like an upside down U isn’t it. The end of it dug in.
Humour: Discussing the backlash to her recent gown and 235 Ofcom complaints in a new exclusive interview with MailOnline, Amanda laughed off the drama and joked her breasts need their ‘own representation’ (pictured on Saturday in the dress)
‘I was more insulted that people thought I had either huge saucepan nipples or nipples over my cleavage.’
Joking about how much attention her breasts and racy ensembles get, Amanda quipped that they need their own representation and will be going on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories.
She said: ‘I am seriously thinking my girls need separate representation to me, because they are known on their own. They don’t need me, they’re going to go off and do Piers Morgan’s Life Stories on their own next year!
‘They’re going to do their own album, they’re bringing out their own autobiography – The Truth Behind The Bra!’
Racy? Amanda had worn a plunging navy gown with a daring thigh-high which had a built in underwire on the bust which sparked complaints from some viewers