Amanda Holden looks incredible as she braves the cold in all-red outfit in London

Amanda Holden looks incredible as she braves the cold in all-red outfit in London
Published 1 years ago on Mar 01, 2023

The stunning 52-year-old TV star looked as glam as always as she strutted her stuff out of the Global Radio studios after her Heart breakfast show.

Amanda donned dark shades and wore her blonde locks down for today’s look.

She stunned in a long red jacket which she placed over her shoulders and beneath rocked a red jumper and matching jeans.

Going one step further, the Britain's Got Talent  star event coordinated her shoes and handbag to match the rest of her red outfit.

The mum-of-two's outing comes after spilled the beans on what it's like workin with ''bonker'' judge Bruno Tonioli on the new series of Britain’s Got Talent.

The star said there is no bad blood between her and Bruno, 67, and praised him for being a great "addition" to the panel.

It comes after The Sun revealed how Amanda and her BGT co-star Alesha Dixon, 44, had held back on signing their contracts for the show.

The long-serving pair were said to be furious that newcomer Bruno’s salary matched their own — said to be £850,000.

Amanda, who spoke to The Sun at Superdrug Presents 2023, said the former Strictly star had "great energy" and was "absolutely bonkers".

She said: "It's really surprising as he's bilingual in about three languages, so he spoke to people in their native tongue when they came on stage."

Speaking about the wealth of experience he'll be bringing to the show, Amanda continued: "He knows about art, he knows loads about singing, he knows loads about dancing.

"He's been in showbiz for 97 years, he's a real authority.

"He was a good addition to the show, he was fun, really fun."

The TV favourite also revealed that there will be a few surprise acts on the show this year with some very unusual skills.


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