BRITAIN’S Got Talent’s dress controversy rumbled on last night – after Amanda Holden wore another racy outfit.
Many fans joked that the 49-year-old judge had “done away with the dress entirely” as she took to the stage in a see-through corset.
Another suggested she had nipped down to a lingerie shop before last night’s semi-final.
They joked: “Amanda Holden’s dress is brought to you by Ann Summers.”
Her appearance last night came after 235 viewers complained to Ofcom about Amanda’s outfit the previous week.
However, she refused to tone down her look, strutting onto the stage in the lacy top and a skirt with a thigh-high split to huge applause from many.
But while some were going wild about her defiant costume, others predicted it would spark hundreds more objections to the TV watchdog.
One wrote: “Amanda Holden showing a bit of leg, Ofcom is being dialled already by hundreds.”
Another cheered: “Love that Amanda Holden has put two fingers up to Ofcom tonight by wearing an even less revealing dress than last week.”
A third insisted: “Amanda I think your dress looks amazing, you always LOOK beautiful, don’t let the moaners get you down.”
Figures for how many complaints were received by the TV watchdog will not be available until tomorrow but bosses are sure to be braced for another round of objections.
Speaking to HOAR this week, Amanda laughed off the 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.”