AMANDA Holden isn’t taking any chances after a huge storm over her dress on last week’s Britain’s Got Talent.
The star appears on stage completely covered up in a white gown as she sings a track from her new album Songs From My Heart on the ITV show.
It comes after 235 viewers complained about her outfit on Britain’s Got Talent last week.
Some said they could see her nipples – a claim Amanda has denied, saying she was “insulted that people thought I had either huge saucepan nipples or nipples over my cleavage”.
The star later joked that she would be wearing a polo neck the next time she appeared on stage – and her outfit tonight isn’t far off that.
However, it’s not the only costume she will be appearing in, with sneak-peek videos suggesting she only wears the covered-up outfit while singing.
The star, who has always been defiant about the dresses she wears, is shown on the judging panel in a far less covered-up ensemble.
Speaking to HOAR this week, she laughed off the latest controversy and vowed to keep wearing what she loves.
The judge explained: “There’s now a whole body of people that knock on my door and come and stare at my chest before we go on air.
“There’s a t*t committee. There are so many brilliant people, they come down, knock on the door and there’s the lady who’s the producer who said, ‘Mandy, it looks great’.
“She said, ‘I can see it’s underwired’ — people thought it was my nipple they could see but it was the underwire.
“My husband does describe them as being like football studs, but that’s probably too much information.
“But yes, there’s a whole committee now, and a head of the committee. I won’t name her, but she’s female. She is a good, strong woman and she’s on my side.”