Amanda Holden showcases her incredible figure in a pink bikini

Amanda Holden showcases her incredible figure in pink bikini as she poses on an inflatable pair of wings while relaxing in a pool

She recently wrapped her Heart FM radio show for the summer.

And Amanda Holden used the weekend to kick back and relax as she soaked up the sun in her pool on Sunday.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, put on a sizzling display as she posed in a hot pink bikini while working on her tan.

Stunning: Amanda Holden, 49, used the weekend to kick back and relax as she soaked up the sun in her pool on Sunday 

Showcasing her incredible figure, Amanda donned a pair of sunglasses and let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders.

The presenter posed on an inflatable pair of wings and wrote alongside the snap: ‘Winging it ♥️’. 

Gemma Collins was impressed with the snap and vowed to do her own version, commenting: ‘Go on Amanda must recreate’. 

It comes after the news that Britain’s Got Talent’s semi-finals will reportedly be pre-recorded for the first time in the show’s 13-year history this year. 

Wow: The Britain’s Got Talent judge put on a sizzling display as she posed in a hot pink bikini while working on her tan

‘Must recreate’: Gemma Collins was impressed with the snap and vowed to do her own version, commenting: ‘Go on Amanda must recreate’ 

Sources have claimed the shows will air on ITV this autumn after they were postponed due to the coronavirus crisis.

Insiders added that it’s likely only the final of BGT 2020 will air live, with some acts performing from their home country due to travel issues brought on by the pandemic.

A source told The Mirror: ‘The idea is to get the run finished before Strictly is out of the blocks. 

‘It’s a natural replacement for The X Factor. Even if a full audience isn’t possible, it’s looking like we may be able to get a smaller one, with gaps between the groups, and enhance the sound afterwards.  

Changes: It comes after the news that Britain’s Got Talent’s semi-finals will reportedly be pre-recorded for the first time in the show’s history this year 

‘We always say that the audience is like a fifth judge so that’s been a great relief.’ 

A representative for Britain’s Got Talent declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.

Just a month earlier it was reported the Britain’s Got Talent had rescheduled their live shows until the end of the year, after it was confirmed The X Factor would not air this year.

ITV bosses had hoped to air the live shows this summer, but due to COVID-19 restrictions this became impossible.

Changes: Sources claimed the shows will replace X Factor in the ITV schedule this autumn after they were postponed due to the coronavirus crisis (auditionee Souparnika Nair pictured)

The prerecorded auditions still aired as planned in April and a source told the Daily Star bosses had initially hoped there would only be a gap of only a few weeks before the live shows.

The insider added: ‘However, with measures still in place and lockdown only just starting to be released the plan is now for BGT lives to return at the end of the year.

‘With the X Factor on ice for 2020 there is a Syco-shaped hole in ITV’s schedule so this would fit perfectly.’

On hold: Just a month earlier it was reported the Britain’s Got Talent had rescheduled their live shows until the end of the year to replace The X Factor

They added at the time that there have been a number of discussions as to how the finals will be carried out but nothing has yet been set in stone.

The source continued: ‘However, with measures still in place and lockdown only just starting to be released the plan is now for BGT lives to return at the end of the year.

MailOnline have contacted ITV for comment.

Delay: ITV bosses had hoped to air the live shows this summer, but due to COVID-19 restrictions it now seems unlikely (pictured auditionee Belinda Davids)

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