Amanda Holden smoulders in a thigh-skimming sequin dress as she reclines on a grand piano


Amanda Holden smoulders in a thigh-skimming sequin dress as she reclines on a grand piano in tantalizing new snap


She often sets pulses racing with her tantalizing social media snaps.

And Amanda Holden sent temperatures skyrocketing once again on Wednesday, when she reclined on a grand piano in her latest Instagram post.

Slipping into a thigh-skimming sequinned dress, Amanda, 50, looked every inch the starlet as she worked her best angles on the set of her gameshow I Can See Your Voice.

Wow: Amanda Holden, 50, sent temperatures skyrocketing once again on Wednesday, when she reclined on a grand piano in her latest Instagram post

Teaming the electric blue frock with a pair of towering open-toe stilettos, Amanda put on a leggy display while posing up a storm.

The presenter wore her bright blonde hair loose and accessorised with show-stopping drop earrings.

Her famous pals were quick to gush over the photo, with Tess Daly branding her a ‘knockout’.

It comes after Amanda recently revealed that she can’t feel her face after undergoing wisdom teeth removal four years ago.

Knockout: Her famous pals were quick to gush over the photo, with Tess Daly branding her a 'knockout'

Knockout: Her famous pals were quick to gush over the photo, with Tess Daly branding her a ‘knockout’

‘I can’t feel anything!’ she told The Mirror on Monday, talking about the procedure that left her with seemingly permanent side-effects.

‘I can’t feel a thing from here to here,’ Amanda told the publication, referencing the left side of her bottom lip and jaw, having had all four wisdom teeth extracted.

The NHS list pain and mild bruising that can last for up to 2 weeks as side-effects, and complications such as dry sockets, nerve injury, infection, swelling and bleeding.

'I can't feel anything!' It comes after Amanda recently revealed that she can't feel her face after undergoing wisdom teeth removal four years ago

‘I can’t feel anything!’ It comes after Amanda recently revealed that she can’t feel her face after undergoing wisdom teeth removal four years ago

But Amanda appears to be in the one in 200 patients that are left with permanent after-effects.

‘The numbness is on the side with the tooth that flipped out really easily. I’ve had scans of it and they showed that the nerve wasn’t damaged, so they think the feeling may return. But it has been over 18 months now, so I’m not sure it will to be honest. It’s bizarre but you get used to it,’ she explained.

She also explained: ‘I have TMJ. I don’t even know what it stands for, but it’s something to do with your jaw and I’ve got it.

She said: 'It has been over 18 months now, so I'm not sure it will to be honest. It's bizarre but you get used to it'

She said: ‘It has been over 18 months now, so I’m not sure it will to be honest. It’s bizarre but you get used to it’

‘Most people who have it grind their teeth, but I don’t. Instead I have a habit of doing a thing which means I unconsciously tense a muscle in my neck and it causes me headaches at least once a week.

‘It’s become like breathing and blinking – it is a reflex and I do it automatically, without even thinking about it. I even do it when I’m having a massage.’

TMJ stands for Temporomandibular joint disorder and is often a symptom of stress.

Permanent: Amanda appears to be in the one in 200 patients that are left with permanent after-effects

Permanent: Amanda appears to be in the one in 200 patients that are left with permanent after-effects

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