Amanda Holden looked a millionaire dollars as she fired cash from two gold guns while strutting her stuff in a dazzling red dress.
The 50-year-old TV and radio presenter dressed to impress to promote a Heart Radio competition, offering listeners the chance to win £1,000,000.
In a short Instagram video, Amanda can be seen walking down a catwalk in the thigh-skimming shimmery dress with crimson heels while holding two golden guns and being showered with banknotes.
“Will our next millionaire be you?”, she captioned the footage.
The mum-of-two was also seen outside the central London studio in Leicester Square in her glam get-up.
She posed with co-host Jamie Theakston, 50, with a glass of champagne to celebrate the station’s Make Me A Millionaire competition.
Amanda later revealed Shelley Humphries from Northampton had won the competition.
Shelley told Heart that she would use the cash to finish the extension on her house – but she has also dreamed of owning a smallholding in Scotland, and opening her own cafe.
Meanwhile, Amanda is no stranger to eye-popping outfits at work that inevitably garner tons of compliments from her fans.
Her most recent was tight black jeans and a figure-hugging strappy top combo – but no bra it seems.
She paired the look with high heels and showed her lithe figure and long legs off in a fun boomerang from the studio on her Instagram stories.
Sizzling outfits aside, Amanda has started presenting the new BBC show “I Can See Your Voice” and has been wowing viewers with her sexy outfit choices.
The premise is that the judges and panel determine if contestants have a good or a bad voice – without actually hearing them sing a note.
She has joined on the quirky talent show by comedian Jimmy Carr, singer Louise Redknapp and This Morning host Alison Hammond.
It's also been reported that Amanda has just landed an eight-part series on E4 called “No Holden Back”, which will see her move in with her grandma Myrtle, to examine their "unique relationship" as well as her relationships with other family members.
"I'm delighted that everyone is finally going to meet my nan, the apple never falls far from my tree and in this series, she will certainly be keeping me on my toes," she said.
- Amanda Holden
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