Amanda Holden caught in the wind as shows off her senational figure in pink dress in chilly London

AMANDA Holden got caught in the wind as she flaunted her senational figure in a pink dress in London today.

The Britain's Got Talent judge, who has just released her first single titled With You, looked sensational in the fitted halterneck dress.

Amanda, 49, teamed her Karen Millen frock with a Christian Dior bag and large shades as she marched through London's Leicester Square in high heels after hosting her Heart radio show.

The glamorous star ditched her jacket despite the chill and wore her golden locks in a poker straight style down her back.

Amanda shared a photo of herself looking stunning in the dress on Instagram and was hounded with compliments from adoring fans.

But one cheeky fan pointed out: "There is no bra…"

Amanda celebrated the return of Britain's Got Talent last week by stripping down to a Union Jack swimsuit.

She has been a judge on the ITV series since 2007, and took to Instagram on Saturday to reveal how she was marking the special occasion.

Wearing the sexy red, white and blue swimwear, the blonde beauty perched on side of her hot tub in her back garden and sipped on a glass of champagne.

The former Wild At Heart actress was sporting a perfect blowdried hairdo and looked sensational as she pouted for the camera.

The former actress is infamous for her revealing gowns on the ITV talent show, and the first of this year's semi-finals was no different.

Amanda – who is acting as head judge in Simon Cowell's absence – had a grand entrance, popping out of a raised platform as Ant and Dec sang a jazzy opening number.

She revealed her low cut metallic gown, which featured an open weave and thigh high split.

When she took her seat at her judging desk, Amanda also revealed the gown had a large open back, flashing even more flesh.

Asked by Ant and Dec how she felt about the show being back on our screens after many months of delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, she replied: "Oh my goodness it's so exciting.

"I think it's what as a nation we need, we need Saturday night's to feel normal again and Britain's Got Talent is the best way for everyone to get that in their lives."

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