Amanda Holden, 51, insists she has no plans to tone down her racy outfits on Britain’s Got Talent


‘I’m thinking more rubber!’ Amanda Holden, 51, insists she has no plans to tone down her racy outfits on Britain’s Got Talent which have previously sparked hundreds of complaints

  • The TV judge, 51, proclaimed she enjoys wearing latex at the auditions and said she doesn’t think anyone should feel pressure to ‘dress for your age’
  • A plunging outfit Amanda wore during the 2017 semi-finals prompted 663 complaints to Ofcom from viewers while a gown she wore on the 2020 series drew another 235 complaints
  • Amanda said: ‘I’m thinking more rubber – I enjoyed wearing latex in the auditions, so I’m thinking more latex, more sweating in the lives’
  • The star previously laughed off viewer complaints about her fashion choices and said that her mother Judith adored her outfits
  • She said: ‘Of course, I have fun on Britain’s Got Talent – it’s the perfect opportunity to take risks’

Amanda Holden has insisted she will not tone down her racy Britain’s Got Talent outfits which have sparked complaints from viewers in the past.

The TV judge, 51, proclaimed she enjoys wearing latex at the auditions and said she doesn’t think anyone should feel pressure to ‘dress for your age’. 

A plunging outfit Amanda wore during the 2017 semi-finals prompted 663 complaints to Ofcom from viewers while a gown she wore on the 2020 series drew another 235 complaints.

Racy: Amanda Holden has insisted she will not tone down her racy Britain’s Got Talent outfits which have sparked complaints from viewers in the past (pictured in 2017)

Not letting the naysayers get to her, Amanda told The Mirror: ‘I’m thinking more rubber – I enjoyed wearing latex in the auditions, so I’m thinking more latex, more sweating in the lives.’

Amanda previously laughed off viewer complaints about her fashion choices and said that her mother Judith adored her outfits.

She told The Mirror: ‘Mum said “Ooh, let them talk. You look better than girls half your age.” When my mum was 48 she wouldn’t have dared wear a mini skirt, because she’s of the era where you wouldn’t dare get your knees out if you were nearly 50. Whereas I look at Kylie and J-Lo and think, well if she’s still doing it, I’m still doing it,” she said at the time. 

‘Of course, I have fun on Britain’s Got Talent – it’s the perfect opportunity to take risks. Times have changed and I don’t feel anyone should feel pressure to dress for your age. It’s all about body positivity and feeling good.’

Daring: The TV judge, 51, proclaimed she enjoys wearing latex at the auditions and said she doesn't think anyone should feel pressure to 'dress for your age' (pictured in 2019)

Daring: The TV judge, 51, proclaimed she enjoys wearing latex at the auditions and said she doesn’t think anyone should feel pressure to ‘dress for your age’ (pictured in 2019)

Joking about how much attention her breasts and racy ensembles get, Amanda previously quipped that they need their own representation and will be going on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories.

She told MailOnline: ‘I am seriously thinking my girls need separate representation to me, because they are known on their own. They don’t need me, they’re going to go off and do Piers Morgan’s Life Stories on their own next year!

‘They’re going to do their own album, they’re bringing out their own autobiography – The Truth Behind The Bra!’

Controversy: A plunging outfit Amanda wore during the 2017 semi-finals prompted 663 complaints to Ofcom from viewers

Controversy: A plunging outfit Amanda wore during the 2017 semi-finals prompted 663 complaints to Ofcom from viewers

Revealing: A gown she wore on the 2020 series drew another 235 complaints

Revealing: A gown she wore on the 2020 series drew another 235 complaints 

Amanda said: 'I'm thinking more rubber - I enjoyed wearing latex in the auditions, so I'm thinking more latex, more sweating in the lives' (pictured in 2020)

Amanda said: ‘I’m thinking more rubber – I enjoyed wearing latex in the auditions, so I’m thinking more latex, more sweating in the lives’ (pictured in 2020)

The latest series of the ITV talent show is set to feature magic tricks, a person dressed as a dinosaur, dance troupes and musical performances that are sure to entertain.

A fun-filled teaser trailer was released on Thursday and saw a Simon Cowell impersonator take to the stage wearing a red fringed bodysuit in an act bound to leave the judge, 62, gobsmacked.

Elsewhere, David Walliams was seen looking squeamish as he took to the stage to assist a circus performer in pulling a heart shaped sword out of her throat.

Confident: Amanda previously laughed off viewer complaints about her fashion choices and said that her mother Judith adored her outfits (pictured in 2019)

Confident: Amanda previously laughed off viewer complaints about her fashion choices and said that her mother Judith adored her outfits (pictured in 2019)

The comedian, 50, also appeared to strip off on stage, taking off his shirt in front of an elderly woman, in a bizarre moment.

Other acts included a team of skateboarders performing stunts, singers belting their hearts out and gymnasts performing jaw-dropping routines.

The first look trailer comes as Britain’s Got Talent is set to return to screens on April 16 after two years off air.

A follow-up episode will also air the following day at 7.35pm as the auditions will get underway on Easter weekend.

It's back: The hit ITV talent show was previously postponed due to safety concerns and the restrictions brought about by tier systems and lockdowns

It’s back: The hit ITV talent show was previously postponed due to safety concerns and the restrictions brought about by tier systems and lockdowns

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