I Can See Your Voice judge Amanda Holden’s raciest telly outfits including frock that sparked Ofcom complaints | The Sun
AMANDA Holden will be back on our screens on Saturday night for the new series of I Can See Your Voice, and viewers will be keen to see how risque her outfits will be.
Amanda, who has been a judge on Britain's Got Talent judging panel since 2007, has made quite the impression on audiences, especially with her choice of outfits.
Amanda, 51, originally joined the programme alongside creator Simon Cowell and journalist turned TV host Piers Morgan.
Blowing fans away for well over a decade, the Heart radio presenter is regularly seen looking glamorous for the programme's live shows.
However, the mother-of-two has often found herself at the hands of a number of Ofcom complaints for some of her racier choices.
Ahead of her return to screens with the BBC One show, we look back on some of her more controversial outfit choices.
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Hundreds of complaints
Fans of BGT will remember how Amanda dared to take the plunge in a stunning Julien Macdonald gown back in 2017.
The TV judge took to the stage in the gown, which featured a deep plunging neckline trailing all the way down to her stomach.
The eye-popping dress, which almost exposed her entire chest, wasn't popular with viewers – who took to Ofcom to complain.
Amanda's dress received 663 complaints over the gown – but she was left unfazed, hitting back that the complaints were "laughable".
She explained: "That dress was hysterical – it was Julien Macdonald. I had bits of fish wire underneath my breasts trying to hold that together.
"But, look, I'm from a small-chest family, plus you know I'm 48 years old. It's all quite laughable, but all everyone seems to talk about."
"It's been called another national crisis – but, oh no, I will not be covered up," she went on to joke.
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The spiderweb frock
Amanda was seen sporting a spiderweb embroidered dress for the semi-final of Britain's Got Talent back in 2019.
Ofcom received nine complaints over the choice of dress, which some viewers deemed "inappropriate" for the family programme.
The Nicolas Jebran frock was totally see-through on one side, and the star covered her assets with the tiny silk webs.
Amanda styled her hair into a sleek up-do to complete her glamorous look, which Ofcom decided against investigating.
Legs on show
Amanda stepped out in a totally sheer and glitzy dress for one recent show – which showed off her long, toned legs.
The Heart FM host ramped up the sex appeal with a cut-out detail on her chest, revealing her assets as well as her pins.
She exclusively told The Sun how she hoped that the dress would cause a stir with viewers before it had been unveiled.
Amanda explained:"I can't wait to wear my dresses. They are very flattering, very feminine and a few are… what you would expect.
"None of them have been worn before, which is the main thing for me.
"Will people be complaining to Ofcom? I hope so, I really do. I haven't done my job if they aren't."
Bit on the side
Last year on Britain's Got Talent The Champions, Amanda pulled out all the stops to ensure her outfits were raunchier than ever.
The mother-of-two opted for a sheer one-sleeve frock that featured a jaw-dropping thigh-high leg split on one side.
Once again becoming a talking point of the show, she found herself at the scrutiny of viewers on social media.
As people headed to Twitter to complain, a number of news outlets followed to throw shade in the direction of her frock.
Hitting out at the critics, Amanda said on Instagram: "Surely there are more terrible and important things to write about."
Flashing the cleavage
In 2020, Amanda had two rounds of complaints sent to Ofcom after viewers claimed she had exposed her nipples on TV.
She opted for a daringly low-cut blue dress – which fans alleged had shown more than the TV judge may have bargained for.
The frock racked up an impressive 235 complaints, with many viewers suggesting they had seen Amanda's nipples.
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Amanda took to social media to defend herself after the complaints.
"Mmmm, really? Who has nippled this close to their cleavage?" she wrote. "FYI, a boned corset dented the girls all night."
Britain's Got Talent returns to ITV on Saturday at 8pm
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