Amanda Holden, 52, sizzles in skintight minidress as fans gush over great legs
Ageless beauty Amanda Holden sent her followers into meltdown after she squeezed her curves into her teeniest minidress yet.
The 52-year-old is a regular when it comes to sharing a sizzling snap and sending her smitten Instagram fans wild.
And on Wednesday night (July 12) Amanda was it again before she headed off to the Barbie premiere in London.
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And taking inspiration from Barbie herself, Amanda slipped into a jaw-dropping hot pink outfit that did wonders for her figure.
Logging into her Instagram the telly star shared a slew of gorgeous snaps before she walked the pink carpet at the premiere.
With the dress extremely short, Amanda put on a very leggy display in the teeny frock which hugged every inch of her fabulous figure.
Amping up the style and dramatics, the dress also boasted sharp shoulder pads as well as gloved sleeves.
Smouldering to the camera, Amanda wore her iconic caramel-coloured tresses in loose waves and her skin glowed with natural-looking makeup and a slick of nude lipstick.
Fans of Amanda couldn’t get enough of her latest look, and plenty rushed to the comments section to dish out the compliments.
“Just younger by the day!” Proclaimed one follower, while someone else quipped: “Nice legs.”
A third chimed in and said: “Looking absolutely gorgeous Amanda.”
“Pretty in pink,” gushed another fan.
Amanda was later snapped posing up a storm at the premiere, alongside her daughter.
It comes after Amanda shared the news that her and Alan Carr’s show The Italian Job has been commissioned for a second series on BBC One.
Following the success of series one, the TV duo will once again renovate, redecorate and restore a bargain "one Euro" house – this time in rural Tuscany.
Testing their DIY skills, Amanda and Alan will join forces with a new team of local tradespeople as they transform the dilapidated historic home, complete with a medieval tower, into a rental property.
Much like the first series, they will be embracing local life, exploring the rich culture and throwing themselves headfirst into a new adventure in one of Italy's most idyllic regions.
Once it has been completed, all proceeds will be split between Comic Relief and Children in Need.
Casa Alamanda from series one, located in the medieval town of Salemi, Sicily, is in the process of being sold for €145,000 (£127,500).
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