Amanda Holden shows off her slender curves in a figure-hugging dress and heels


AMANDA Holden showed off her slender curves in a figure-hugging dress and heels.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, looked stunning as she promoted her new album, Songs From My Heart.

Amanda Holden stunned in a figure hugging black dress

Amanda wore a black zebra pattered dress, which changes into a diamond pattered dress at the bottom.

It then explodes into ruffles at the bottom – and she completed the look with a pair of high heels.

The Heart Breakfast beauty is then looking into the distance while leaning on a wall.

The star then teased a secret project as she celebrated how successful her album has been.

Amanda teased her project earlier this month

She wrote: “Thank you everyone for making “Songs From My Heart” the biggest selling debut album by a female artist this year so far!!!💪🏼 I’ve got a little surprise that I can’t wait to share with you in a couple of weeks… 🤐

Last week, Amanda teased the special project on Instagram – as she assured fans that all filming is completely Covid-safe amid the UK’ second lockdown.

She captioned the post: “Grateful to be filming and cannot wait for you to be able to watch next year!

“Appreciate being able to continue working with every bit of covid safety you could think of!!! #wecandothis”

Amanda has finished filming

Amanda’s famous pals were among her followers to be blown away by the photo, with Emma Willis simply commenting: “LEGS!!!!! 😍

Michelle Visage echoed: “Yes legs!”

Ashley Roberts added: “Oh you betta serve it up, sister 🔥

Amanda did not reveal any more information on what the mystery project could be, with fans having to wait until 2021 to find out more

Amanda was promoted to head judge

Last month, the star finished filming on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent, where she was promoted to head judge in Simon Cowell’s absence.

It was the most complained about series of the show in history, with Amanda’s sexy dresses sparking Ofcom complaints – as well as Ashley Banjo’s Black Lives Matter inspired dance with Diversity.