Amanda Holden shows off peachy derriere as she wears 70s-inspired silver jumpsuit with rose sunglasses
And Amanda Holden ensured all eyes were on her as she attended Global's Make Some Noise charity event in Leicester Square on Friday.
The TV star, 48, looked sensational as she donned a 70s style shimmering silver off the shoulder jumpsuit with flared legs.
Sporting oversized rose coloured sunglasses, Amanda also wore a silver chain around her hips.
Styling her blonde locks into loose curls, the Britain's Got Talent judge completed her look with a pair of black boots.
Amanda joined her Heart Radio co-host Jamie Theakston at the event as he finished his Bike Britain Challenge after cycling 650 miles from Edinburgh to raise money for the charity.
Global's Make Some Noise is Heart's charity that funds and empowers projects, helping disadvantaged children, families and young people.
Good Morning Britain presenter and Smooth Radio host Kate Garraway also took part in the event.
The broadcaster appeared in five West End shows in one day, donning a variety of eye-catching ensembles.
Appearing in Mamma Mia!, Kate wore a pink top with a pleated detail and bright silk shoulders along with a matching dress.
Also sporting silver heels with an ankle strap, she donned a baby pink flower in her hair as she joined the cast on stage.
In School of Rock, the TV presenter wore a light pink dress with a floral print along with a maroon coat.
Amanda's outing at the event comes after she recently had an online spat with a tile company.
A furious Amanda took to Twitter to deny she's a 'princess' after engaging in a spat with a tile company called Appleby's tiles.
The radio host hit back after a representative for the company called Jack, who accused her of using her 'celebrity status' to get 'special treatment' after she asked for a refund when she was sent an incorrect box of tiles.
Amanda explained that she would now be out of pocket as she already had tilers on site which she had to pay, but Appleby's tiles refused to give her the tiles for free by way of compensation.
They wrote to her: 'Unfortunately that is not how it works. We will not be refunding your order however, we can refund your shipping fees.
'Alternatively, we can refund your whole order for you and not send these out.
'Unfortunately we do not make exceptions for 'celebrity' status and all of our customers are treated the same as per our terms and conditions. We will happily refund you your shipping for the inconvenience.'
MailOnline has seen the full transcript between Amanda and Appleby's tiles (sent by Appleby's) and it's clear that Amanda does not use her celebrity status to get special treatment.
A spokesperson for Amanda told MailOnline: 'She just wanted to return them and have the correct ones sent.'