AMANDA Holden channelled Sharon stone as she crossed and uncrossed her legs in a skirt – as fans joked “that’s a close call”.
The Heart Breakfast presenter, 49, nearly gave fans an eyeful in a move that was reminiscent of the famous scene from film Basic Instinct.
In the boomerang on Instagram, Amanda is wearing a leopard print dress with her legs crossed.
As she twirls around in the seat to face the camera, she opens her legs – just like the scene.
Fans joked that they nearly saw everything, with one person saying: “That’s a close call ”
Another added: “Even sexier than when Sharon Stone did it”
A third remarked: “You look astonishing ”
The former actress is infamous for her revealing gowns at her other job as judge ITV talent show, Britain’s Got Talent, and the first of this year’s semi-finals was no different.
Amanda – who is acting as head judge in Simon Cowell’s absence – had a grand entrance, popping out of a raised platform as Ant and Dec sang a jazzy opening number.
She revealed her low cut metallic gown, which featured an open weave and thigh high split.
When she took her seat at her judging desk, Amanda also revealed the gown had a large open back, flashing even more flesh.
Asked by Ant and Dec how she felt about the show being back on our screens after many months of delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, she replied: “Oh my goodness it’s so exciting.
“I think it’s what as a nation we need, we need Saturday night’s to feel normal again and Britain’s Got Talent is the best way for everyone to get that in their lives.”
It’s been a busy week for Amanda, who joined in the row over Diversity’s Black Lives Matter dance on Britain’s Got Talent last week.
Complaints over the performance, which saw a white cop kneeling on Ashley Banjo have reached 23,308 according to figures from TV watchdog Ofcom.
She said she backs Ashley, who is standing in for Simon Cowell while he recovers from a back injury “100 per cent”.
Amanda said: “It is extraordinary. I think the number of negative complaints means this conversation is right and needs to happen.
“What hasn’t been reported is the positive response – hundreds of thousands of them. We stand by them and stand by Ashley Banjo 100 per cent.”