Heart FM breakfast show host Amanda Holden turned up the heat in a yet another one of her radio studio outfits today.
The Britain's Got Talent judge looked sensational, as she showed off her fabulous figure in a seriously skimpy dress.
Amanda, 49, looked sensational in the mustard-coloured number, which featured a modern polkadot patterned design.
The ageless beauty's show-stopping frock featured elegant puffy sleeves and a plunging neckline, which teased at her ample assets.
She nearly flashed fans in the short frock, as she channeled her inner Sharon Stone from Basic Instinct, as she gave a quick-as-a-flash leg cross to the camera.
Adding further height to her lengthy pins, Amanda added a pair of strappy black patent stilettos, matching her small cross-body designer bag.
She pulled her golden locks back into a low ponytail, which showed off her gold dangly earrings.
Amanda added smoky shadow to her striking peepers, a muted-pink hue to her plump pout and a generous dusting of bronzer to the apples of her cheeks.
Amanda's stunning display comes after she recently went on Good Morning Britain to show her support for fellow judge Ashley Banjo.
Ashley, who is sitting on the panel while Simon Cowell recovers after breaking his back, was inundated with racist abuse online after Diversity's BLM-inspired dance routine on the show.
During the powerful performance, a dancer dressed as a police officer put his knee on Ashley's neck, mimicking the horrific way George Floyd died in America earlier this year.
Despite many viewers loving the performance, many others hated Diversity's politically-charged routine and complained to Ofcom in their droves, seeing it go on to be the second most complained about TV moment of the decade.
The most complained about moment is Celebrity Big Brother's "punch-gate" when Roxanne Pallett accused Ryan Thomas of hitting her.
Speaking to her pal Piers Morgan on GMB about Ashley and Diversity's routine, Amanda said: "It is extraordinary. I think the number of negative complaints means this conversation is right and fundamental.
"What hasn't been really highlighted is we have been inundated with overwhelming positive responses, hundreds of thousands of them.
"As the BGT family, and Diversity are very much a part of that, Ashley is doing a phenomenal job as a judge, and we stand by him and stand by that performance 100 percent."
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