Amanda Holden's latest Instagram offering has fans hot under the collar.
The Britain's Got Talent judge, 50, rocked a curve-skimming checked two-piece outfit in the Heart Radio offices.
Completing her ensemble with classic white heels, Amanda turned to flash a charming smile at the camera.
Thrusting her peachy derriere towards the camera, she ensured all eyes were on her posterior as she turned back towards the lens to pull a smouldering pose.
Letting her blonde hair fall over her shoulders in the daring picture, Amanda's red and white outfit sent her followers into a frenzy as she leaned against the window.
"Just check'ing out the weather," she captioned the snap.
"Morning Mandy looking gorgeous," one enamoured follower commented.
"This colour on you – wow!" another gushed.
A third told Amanda they love her, while a fourth shared a string of fire emojis and wrote: "Slaying!"
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Amanda recently marked turning the big five-oh, posing nude on top of a big cake., teasing a huge party to celebrate after the pandemic.
But it hasn't been all smiles after the cancellation of Britain's Got Talent for 2021 left fans gutted.
That means we'll have to wait for another year to see Amanda, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell back together again.
"I have to say, I do think that is the right decision," she said of the delay on her Heart Radio show with Jamie Theakston.
"It was a difficult one this year, for Amelia and all of the producers, because we have so many people that are now unemployed. Behind the scenes, there are hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of them.
"So I think we were all trying to find a way around it, but for it to be done safely and with the fifth judge, which is everyone that watches, it's a show that is impossible to do without an audience.
"So I am really glad that was the decision that was made, it was the best option."
ITV had hoped to pull off the show at a later date, filming in the summer for an autumn start date, with the finals pencilled in for the end of the year.
Now it's unlikely it will air again until the spring of 2022.
The broadcaster said: "Despite everyone at ITV, Thames and Syco doing their best to make it happen, and with our absolute priority of safeguarding the well-being and health of every person involved in the programme from judges, hosts and contestants to all of the crew and audience, the decision has been made to – unfortunately – move the record and broadcast of the 15th series of Britain's Got Talent to 2022."
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