She may have received hundreds of Ofcom complaints about her dapper wardrobe choices in the recent series Britain’s Got Talent, but that hasn’t stopped Amanda Holden.
The 52-year-old TV personality defied viewers, who in the past had regularly complained to Ofcom about her daring outfit choices.
She looked incredible in five daring outfits during this week’s five live semi-finals, with the grand final airing on Sunday night.
On the first night, Amanda flaunted her hourglass figure in a daring, eye-catching yellow latex dress.
The outfit featured a flowing train and a plunging sweetheart neckline, while Amanda completed her look with a pair of silver jeweled earrings.
Bold: She may have received hundreds of Ofcom complaints about her dapper wardrobe choices in the recent series Britain’s Got Talent, but that hasn’t stopped Amanda Holden
Racy: On the first night, Amanda flaunted her hourglass figure in a daring, eye-catching yellow latex dress
Amanda continued to defy the critics when she chose a sexy, strapless, see-through floral dress for the second day of live semifinals on Tuesday while appearing in front of the judging panel alongside glamorous Alesha Dixon.
With lots of cleavage and a daring thigh-high slit, the dress was a daring outfit for Amanda, who previously sparked 235 Ofcom complaints in the 2020 series with a low-cut dress.
Amanda exuded glamor in the floor-length gown, which was adorned with purple flowers.
Amanda looked nothing short of sensational as she donned a silver mini dress that showed off her toned legs in the third semifinal.
Her halter-neck outfit was embroidered with glittering leopard print sequins and featured a beaded neckline.
She added a few more inches of height to her statuesque body with a pair of black platform high heels.
During the fourth semifinal, Amanda caused temperatures to skyrocket in a classy white dress as she flaunted her age-defying figure for the cameras.
Amanda’s outfit consisted of a molded bralette with cutouts that showed off her taut waist and a fitted skirt.
Amanda Holden gave a very glamorous performance during the fifth and final live semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent at the Hammersmith Apollo on Friday.
Taking to Instagram ahead of the show to take a look at her stunning look, she posed in an incredible all-black ensemble.
She then took the stage alongside 44-year-old singer Alesha, who looked equally elegant in a quirky metallic-blue ensemble.
Amanda showed off her incredible figure in a strapless sheer black dress with a corset-style bodice and dramatic tulle skirt.
She complemented her sensational look with chunky gold earrings and a set of coordinated bangles, while striking a series of gorgeous poses.
Amanda insisted she didn’t want any Ofcom complaints about her racy outfits on this year’s series of the ITV talent show.
Unbelievable: Amanda continued to defy the critics as she opted for a sexy strapless see-through floral dress for day two of Tuesday’s live semifinals
Gorgeous: Amanda looked nothing short of sensational as she donned a silver mini dress that showed off her toned legs in the third semifinal
Beauty: During the fourth semi-final, Amanda caused the temperatures to skyrocket in a classy white dress as she flaunted her age-defying figure for the cameras
Bold: Amanda Holden gave a very glamorous performance during the fifth and final live semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent at the Hammersmith Apollo on Friday
Stunning: She took to Instagram ahead of the show to take a look at her stunning look and posed in an incredible all-black ensemble
The judge has previously sparked thousands of complaints to the regulator from viewers who were outraged by her revealing clothes on the live shows.
But Amanda dismissed the criticism, telling MailOnline those who disagreed with her fashion choices had “too much time”.
Bruno Tonioli, 67, is a member of the jury this year and according to Amanda he has no problem flaunting his dancer’s body.
She joked: “That’s the problem, everyone is talking about my tits and his is out there all the time. ‘Please no Ofcom complaints about me this year!’
Bruno also defended his co-star, saying, “If you’ve got it, flaunt it!” I don’t understand the gripe. She is a beautiful woman.’
Amanda already sparked 235 Ofcom complaints during the 2020 series when she took the stage in a plunging navy dress that some felt was unsuitable for a family show.
Another revealing outfit the star wore became one of the most-complained TV moments of 2017, with 663 viewers contacting regulators about it.
The presenter wore Julien Macdonald’s controversial £11,250 dress after admitting days earlier that she intended to file complaints again, saying: “Will people complain to Ofcom?” I hope so, I really do. ‘
Amanda joked about how much attention her boobs and classy ensembles get, previously quipping that they needed their own portrayal and would be joining Piers Morgan’s Life Stories.
She said: “I seriously think my girls need separate representation with me because they’re known on their own.” They don’t need me, they’ll be doing Piers Morgan’s life stories on their own next year!
The jury selected Liverpool dancers Lilliana Clifton and Cillian O’Connor as the last two finalists in Friday’s last semi-final.
Artists sent home in the final semifinal of this year’s series included dance troupe The Pixiebelles, dance duo Romeo and Icy, comedian Georgie Carroll, singer Cammy Barnes and dance troupe Unity
Speaking up: Amanda recently insisted she didn’t want any Ofcom complaints about her racy outfits in this year’s Britain’s Got Talent series
Response: The judge has previously sparked thousands of complaints to the regulator from viewers who were outraged by her revealing clothes on the live shows
And those set to go head-to-head in Sunday’s final are chorister Malakai Bayoh, dangerous aerialists duo Odyssey, amputee dancer Musa Motha and singer Amy Lou.
They are joined by clown and comedian Viggo Venn, singer Olivia Lynes, dance group Ghetto Kids and singer Travis George.
However, things are set to change before Sunday as it was revealed that the jury would decide on a wildcard choice to be reinstated on the show for the finale. The act will be announced in the upcoming programme.
The winner of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent will be announced at the end of Sunday’s show. The winner will receive £250,000 and the opportunity to perform at the Royal Variety Performance later this year.
The Britain’s Got Talent final is broadcast on ITV1 and ITVX on Sunday at 19:30.