Amanda Holden flashes her tanned legs in daring thigh-split dress at Britain's Got Talent auditions | The Sun
AMANDA Holden has been seen flashing her tanned legs in a very daring thigh-split dress while at Britain’s Got Talent auditions.
The stunning mum-of-two, 51, looked as chic as ever in a red dress with a thigh split and a long matching coat jacket.
Oozing style, Amanda opted for dark shades and gold hoops as she flashed a smile and left her hotel for BGT filming in Manchester.
She wore her hair back in a ponytail and opted for a glam makeup look.
And Amanda wasn’t the only BGT star spotted out and about today, with Ant and Dec also flashing smiles.
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The popular presenter duo first started presenting the hit show back in 2006 and they’ve fronted the talent contest ever since.
They looked delighted as they smiled for the cameras in Manchester as filming for the show got under way.
Clutching coffees, Ant and Dec, both 47, stood by each other’s side as they donned matching blue coats, trousers, black tops and brown shoes.
ITV has announced a huge format shake-up kicking off when the show returns.
It will be the public that can now secretly nominate an act and put them forward for the opportunity to audition in front of the judges.
Last year, Britain’s Got Talent introduced Golden Moments to the series, which saw each of the judges visit an unsuspecting act and invite them down to audition for the show.
It's the first of many shake-ups after David Walliams announced he was quitting the judging panel.
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The decision came after David, 51, was forced to apologise for foul-mouthed comments about contestants.
A source said: “He hasn’t taken the decision lightly, but it just feels like time to move on.”
He’s since been replaced by former Strictly judge Bruno Tonioli.
BGT will return with a 16th series this year and auditions to search for the nation’s next big talent kicked off in January.
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