Amanda Holden stuns in tiny black dress for Britain’s Got Talent after party

After watching war hero Colin Thackeray be crowned winner, the cast and crew of Britain's Got Talent 2019 were out in force to celebrate the end of another successful series.

And leading the way at the glitzy after-party was judge Amanda Holden , 48.

Following a week of causing controversy with an array of provocative gowns, Amanda slipped into a clinging little black dress as she headed on to Soho House.

Switching up her evening look, Amanda also removed her chic up-do for her TV appearance in favour of some glamorous tumbling curls.

She was joined by Simon Cowell , 59, who gave a jubilant thumbs up to the camera as he hopped into his waiting car.

A beaming Simon gave a flash of his pearly white teeth as he cosied up to girlfriend Lauren Silverman in the car.

Another couple making the most of the wrap party was presenter Ant McPartlin and his partner Anne-Marie Corbett.

The pair appeared to be in fits of giggles as they were spotted sharing a joke outside the London venue.

Ant, 42, had ditched his smart suit of earlier in favour of a quirky patterned shirt and jeans.

While Anne-Marie opted to embrace the warm weather in a bright yellow mini-dress and heels.

Judges David Walliams and Alesha Dixon were also papped being ferried to the night's after-party following another dramatic finale.

After a closely fought competition, it was war hero Colin Thackeray who scooped the prize of a chance to perform in front of the Queen at this year's Royal Variety Performance.

Colin won the public vote over 10 other acts to also pocked the £250,000 prize fund.

Asked by hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly how he felt after winning the show, he said: "Astonished, incredible. I'm stuck for words for a change!"

He added: "Thank you very much, all of you. Fantastic."

X, who was earlier this evening unveiled as 2018 golden buzzer winner Marc Spelmann, said that it felt "amazing" to be the runner-up.

He said: "To come second to someone like Colin, who has given his life for us … I bow to him.

"Deepest respect. I absolutely love the man. He deserves to win."

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