Amanda Holden turns heads as she poses on piano

Amanda Holden turns heads as she poses on piano
Published 11 months ago on Jun 20, 2023

The 51-year-old presenter shared a behind-the-scenes photo on Instagram, showcasing her jaw-dropping look while reclining on a piano with her legs elegantly outstretched. The dazzling sequin mini dress highlighted her tanned and toned legs, complemented by a pair of barely-there silver heels that added to her overall allure. Amanda later playfully recreated the pose in a thigh-flashing black dress during her time at the Heart FM offices.

During the episode, Amanda entertained the audience with her lively personality. At one point, a contestant playfully remarked that she was "no help" in the game, which led Amanda to mockingly storm off the set in mock offense. I Can See Your Voice, hosted by Paddy McGuinness, is a mystery gameshow where participants must guess who can and can't sing from a group of people without hearing them sing a note. The celebrity panel, consisting of Amanda Holden, Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond, and Paddy McGuinness, provides clues and support to the players as they make their guesses.

While Amanda's humorous antics captured the spotlight, there was also a heartwarming moment earlier in the series when Alexandra Burke, a guest on the show, praised Amanda for her support during her recent pregnancy. Alexandra, who welcomed her first child in July, expressed her admiration for Amanda's ability to balance her career and family life while being kind and down-to-earth. She described Amanda as an amazing mother and wife who had been supportive throughout her pregnancy and beyond.

Fans can look forward to more entertaining episodes of I Can See Your Voice, which will return on Saturday, November 26 at 9:10 PM on BBC One and iPlayer. Amanda Holden's captivating presence and fashion choices continue to impress viewers, making her a beloved figure on the show.


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