BGT’s Amanda Holden shows off toned legs as she twirls skirt in glam work video

Amanda Holden looked sensational twirling around in a white and blue vintage dress.

The Britain's Got Talent judge is known for her incredible fashion sense, and dressed to impress with a sophisticated frock from LK Bennett.

Amanda shared a slow-motion video of herself doing a twirl for the camera to her 1.8 million followers on her Instagram story.

The star paired the dress with a pair of white pointed heels to compliment her retro look as she highlighted her impressive legs to the camera. 

She also shared a separate photo of herself posing in the dress as she looked away from the camera, showing off the fabric's silhouette design of the French Riviera.

The Fellini shirt dress is described as a 'classic vintage' frock 'crafted from cool cotton in cream with a vintage archive 1930's tropical scenic print in sea blue' retailing for £299 on LK Bennett website.

Amanda was not the only TV star to have sported the dress.

ITV's This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby also wore the dress last Thursday while presenting the morning show.

Holly posted a photo of herself wearing the frock on Instagram with the caption: "Morning Thursday… today we take you back to our @thismorning forest… see you at 10am. #hwstyle dress by @lkbennettlondon."

Amanda is one of the most glamourous stars and is known for showing up at work in stellar outfits.

The stylish Heart radio presenter has been hosting the breakfast show with Jamie Theakston since 2019, and has been spotted wearing all sorts of incredible outfits despite the early mornings.

Earlier in 2021, Amanda had a 'Marilyn Monroe' moment when she showed up to work in a floaty white dress from Reiss.

Amanda recreated the iconic Marilyn Monroe pose, one of the most famous iconic pictures of the 20th century.

In 1954, Marilyn Monroe was picture in her famous 'flying skirt' while filming The Seven Year Itch.

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