BGT’s Amanda Holden turns Baywatch babe in seductive bikini clip amid TV deal

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden has recently swapped the airwaves for sea waves to welcome in the New Year.

The telly favourite, 48, has enjoyed a January getaway with her family and has been documenting her trip on her social media accounts.

Amanda has recently shared a slow motion video of herself channeling her inner model, as she rocked a teeny yellow bikini.

The footage, posted on her Instagram story, showed Amanda slowly standing up and flicking her blonde locks, as she made an almighty splash in the clear blue sea.

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Amanda simply penned "#Maldives" alongside the clip to remind fans where she was been residing over the last few days to celebrate the beginning of 2020.

She's posted several snaps of herself enjoying her time away lounging on the beach with her family.

The blonde bombshell recently divided fans with a topless snap to confirm her return to Heart Breakfast.

The former Wild At Heart actress shared the sizzling snap of her laying topless on the beach with two Heart microphone muffs to tell fans she's returning back to the airwaves on Monday.

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Amanda's 1.3 million followers rushed to shower support on the BGT star.

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Fans will be seeing a lot more of Amanda as it has been reported that she's agreed a new three-year deal to stay with Britain's to Talent.

Amanda's bumper ITV deal worth a reported £1 million per series, follows a £40million "golden handcuffs" for hosts Ant Dec.

According to The Sun, ITV is desperate to keep its top talent amid fears they could be poached by rival Amazon.

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