Britain’s Got Talent final: Defiant Amanda Holden, 48, dons ANOTHER racy sheer dress despite Ofcom probes… as pregnant Alesha Dixon, 40, dazzles in gold
Her raunchy ensembles have sparked hundreds of complaints from Britain’s Got Talent viewers who think her racy gowns are too revealing for a family show.
And despite being the subject of several Ofcom probes, Amanda Holden remained defiant as she rocked a sheer gown for the live final on Sunday night.
Showcasing her cleavage, the 48-year-old presenter left little to the imagination as she took to the stage alongside pregnant Alesha Dixon, 40, and fellow judges Simon Cowell, 59, and David Walliams, 47.
Glamorous: Amanda Holden, donned another sheer gown for the Britian’s Got Talent final on Sunday whilst pregnant Alesha Dixon, 40, rocked a gold fringed dress
The racy look followed the pattern of the week’s ensembles – which have come under fire from viewers – who labelled them ‘inappropriate’ for a family show.
The blonde’s ensemble was a sheer nude gown embellished with sequined floral blooms in white, silver and bronze.
Proving she is happy to showcase her assets, the outline of the stars chest and pins could be spied through the thin mesh material – which was illuminated by the lights on stage as she stepped out.
As if that was not breathtaking enough, the garment also had a thigh high split.
Wow: Showcasing her cleavage, the 48-year-old presenter left little to the imagination
Nude: The blonde’s ensemble was a sheer mesh gown embellished with sequined floral blooms in white, silver and bronze
Aleesha also selected a dazzling look by slipping into a gold fringed kaftan-style dress that featured a plunging neckline and sloping hem that skated down to her shins.
From the side, the singer’s pins were on full display as the sparkling outfit was slit up to her hip.
The statuesque beauty continued her glittering look by donning gold heels.
On Monday night, Amanda made an impression in thigh-skimming gown by Ziad Nakad, showing off a liberal amount of leg thanks to the asymmetric hemline.
Exposed: The outline of the stars chest and pins could be spied through the thin mesh material – which was illuminated by the lights on stage as she stepped out
Golden: Aleesha also selected a dazzling look by slipping into a kaftan-style dress that featured a plunging neckline and sloping hem that skated down to her shins
On Tuesday, the blonde beauty had also risked a wardrobe malfunction in a cut-out number by Jennifer Clair.
The stunning jewel hued frock featured a cut-out at the bust, threatening to expose her cleavage, as well as a high-high split running up her right leg.
On Wednesday night, she dared to bare in the revealing, spider web number which attracted the Ofcom complaints.
On Thursday she revealed her ample cleavage in a plunging, midnight blue gown, adorned with white floral detail and sequins.
Friday’s look was the most demure of the bunch, as she donned a zebra print mini dress, although the garment still showcased her lean legs.
Despite the controversy over her looks, Amanda told You magazine on the weekend that she is delighted her remarkable figure still attracts attention: ‘I love it that people are still talking about my tired old breasts and I’m nearly 50!’
Tuesday and Wedneday: On Tuesday (pictured left) she risked a wardrobe malfunction in a cut-out number, while on Wednesday night (pictured right), she dared to bare in the complaint-drawing, spiderweb number
Thursday and Friday: On Thursday (pictured left) the star wore a plunging black gown and on Friday (pictured right) she flashed her long legs in a mini-dress
She added: ‘No one talks about [BGT co-host] Alesha Dixon’s – she’s got great boobs by the way – and she’s eight years younger than me.
‘Age is totally irrelevant, thanks to people like J-Lo, who is 49 and just a sexy, hot woman who dresses for how she feels.’
This comes as the judge, who is famous for making controversial fashion choices on the ITV talent contest, opted for a sheer dress which showed off plenty of flesh and was branded ‘inappropriate’ by viewers on Wednesday.
In total, Ofcom received 22 complaints about last night’s Britain’s Got Talent – nine of which about Amanda’s dress.
An Ofcom spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘We are assessing these complaints against our broadcasting rules, but are yet to decide whether or not to investigate.’
After she stepped out in the racy ensemble, viewers were divided, and whilst some rushed to compliment the stunning ensemble, others wished she would dress more ‘appropriately’.
Amanda’s most outrageous outfits and controversial moments on Britain’s Got Talent
Amanda’s wardrobe has led to some controversial moments in the past after a daring Julien Macdonald gown she wore during the semi-final of BGT two years ago attracted a staggering 663 Ofcom complaints.
The plunging floor-length dress was slashed to the navel, with a cut-out panel that reached down to the small of her back – and came under fire when furious viewers deemed it ‘inappropriate’.
But despite the £11,000 ensemble causing hundreds of viewers to complain to Ofcom, the media regulator decided not to investigate.
Ofcom said that while it recognised the dress ‘had potential to offend some viewers during what is a family show’ – the outfit ‘would not have exceeded most viewers’ expectations’.
And this wasn’t the first time risque outfit choices on Britain’s Got Talent caused fans to lodge official complaints.
In 2016, Ofcom again decided not to investigate the ITV show after outfits worn by Holden and fellow judge Alesha Dixon sparked 90 complaints from viewers.
Amanda also found herself the subject of Ofcom complaints earlier in the week.
Ofcom received 200 complaints about Monday night’s Britain’s Got Talent after she swore live on the show.
Yet taking a light-hearted approach to her F-bomb, the TV presenter joked to hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly: ‘I’ve washed my mouth out with soap, so we’re all good!’
BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT FINALISTS
Name: Dave and Finn
Act: Policeman Dave showed the judges that his dog Finn is able to read minds during his awe-inspiring act
Name: Flakefleet Primary School
Act: The school choir won David Walliams’ golden buzzer earlier in the series with a rendition of Don’t Stop Me Now before reaching the final
Act: Four magicians including Josh Hennes, 17, James Samuel, 19, Harry Nardi, 18, and Theo Mallalieu, 17
Name: Siobhan Phillips
Act: Piano playing wonder Sioban is a singer and comedian who sang about her life as a mum
Name: Colin Thackery
Act: Colin, 89, won hearts with his heartfelt rendition of Vera Lynn’s We’ll Meet Again in tribute to his late wife
Name: Kojo Anim
Act: Funnyman Kojo was picked as Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer for his comedy stand-up routine
Name: Ben Hart
Act: Ben blew the judges away with his magic tricks and the audience voted him through to the final
Name: Mark McMullan
Act: The singer got through to the final on the judge’s vote during Thursday’s semi-final
Act: The anonymous magician shocked Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly on stage in the first show and topped the public vote
Name: Jonathan Goodwin
Act: Daredevil Jonathan has left the crowds open-mouthed with his death-defying act
Name: Libby & Charlie
Act: The dancing duo were chosen as the show’s wildcard after narrowly missing out in the semi-finals
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