Amanda Holden won't tone down her racy outfits on 'Britain's Got Talent'

Amanda Holden plans to wear more latex on the show. (PA)
Amanda Holden plans to wear more latex on the show. (PA)

Amanda Holden has revealed she won't be toning down her risque outfits on Britain's Got Talent.

The TV star has come under fire for her racy outfits plenty of times in the past, with some viewers claiming her dresses haven't left too much to the imagination.

During the last series of the ITV show, which aired in 2020, a navy number she wore for one episode triggered 235 complaints to broadcasting watchdog Ofcom.

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However, it seems Holden has no plans to quit wearing daring outfits.

Amanda Holden's outfits on 'Britain's Got Talent' sparked hundreds of complaints to broadcasting regulator Ofcom. (Credit: ITV)
Amanda Holden's outfits have sparked complaints in the past. (ITV)

The Mirror quoted her as saying: "I am thinking more rubber. I enjoyed wearing latex in the audition, and I am thinking more latex in their lives. More latex, and more sweating."

The star has defended her wardrobe choices in the past, saying she wants to make the most of her body while she can.

Speaking on Loose Women in 2020, she said: “These things are going to start dropping soon.

"And so therefore they will drop out of the news, literally, they’ll just drop off, so just enjoy it while it lasts."

(left to right) Judges David Walliams, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon arrive for Britain's Got Talent auditions held at The London Palladium, Soho in London. Picture date: Tuesday January 18, 2022.
Judges David Walliams, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon. (PA)

The much-loved entertainment show is returning to TV screens this weekend.

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The series did not air in 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The 2020 series was also interrupted by the pandemic, with the show delayed.

Then judge Simon Cowell wasn’t able to return for the finals after injuring his back on an electric bike, so Ashley Banjo was enlisted to join the panel alongside Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.

Britain's Got Talent will be back on 16 April.

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