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If you are a celebrity, you are bound to get recognised in the street from time to time.
However, Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden took it to the next level on Tuesday, waving her right to anonymity by carrying a large bejewelled portrait of her own face as she made her way through central London.
The Heart FM radio presenter was exiting Global Studios when she was papped holding the sizeable artwork, leaving bystanders in no doubt that she was in fact the media personality.
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The mother-of-two looked radiant in the snaps, embracing the sweltering weather by wearing a white cotton dress with a floral broderie anglaise design.
The garment had capped sleeves, white buttons down the middle and a tie at the waist to accentuate the star’s figure.
The somewhat traditional looking dress was given a more seductive edge by the the fact that it was split in the middle from the mid-thigh to reveal the presenter’s tanned and gym-honed legs.
The star accessorised the look with small pearl-drop earrings, large tortoiseshell sunglasses and a cream leather bag with a metal chain handle.
The talent judge also wore bronzed face make-up and a nude pink lip to complement her glowy tan, and her caramel-coloured locks were blow-dried to perfection.
Amanda Holden nearly flashes underwear as she struts her stuff in sexy white dress
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Earlier in the day Amanda had taken to Instagram to showcase a Marilyn Monroe moment, in the 1950s-style white dress.
She captioned the gif of her twirling, writing: “#spinning into Tuesday #halo dress.”
The post of her dancing comes after she recently spoke out about another dancer, Ashley Banjo.
The guest judge on BGT and leader of the dance troupe Diversity has recently been subject to thousands of Ofcom complaints and online abuse.
This was due to his emotional and brilliant dance which was inspired by the Black Lives Matter Movement and performed by Diversity at the show’s live semi final.
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Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Amanda said: “It is extraordinary. I think the number of negative complaints means this conversation is right and fundamental and should continue to happen.
“What hasn’t really been highlighted is the fact that we were inundated with overwhelming positive response, hundreds of thousands of them.
“As BGT family, and Diversity is very much part of that family, and Ashley is doing a phenomenal job on BGT, we stand by him and stand by that performance 100 per cent."
She then continued: “He sends out positive vibes to both the haters and the lovers of the piece that they did. He is saddened by negativity.”
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