Amanda Holden flashes her tanned legs in white minidress as she arrives for radio show
AMANDA Holden flashed her tanned legs in a white minidress as she arrived for her radio show today.
The 50-year-old presenter looked chic in the short-sleeved outfit perfect for the sunny spring weather as she strutted her stuff across London's Leicester Square.
Her tweed dress featured gold buttons with blue trimming along the neck and sleeves as well as frayed edges.
The BGT star completed her look with white sunglasses, a Burberry bag and stud earrings.
She walked tall in a towering pair of plush L.K Bennett sling back heels.
Her outing came as she teased a new TV project to her social media fans, hinting she's "returning to her roots" in acting.
The mum-of-two who has starred in TV dramas, talent shows and various soaps over the years, said she was "starting to film" something new.
Dressed in a chic white belted coat and pink suede heels, Amanda looked glamorous in the Instagram post as she made the announcement.
She opted for a full face of make-up, including false eyelashes, gently shaped eyebrows and a nude lipstick to match her blush pink handbag.
"Starting to film a fun new project today," she captioned the post, refusing to give any other details other that it went "#BackToMyRoots".
Fans flooded the comment section to compliment the star, calling her "stunning" and "congratulating" her for her new venture.
"Congratulations in advance," another added. "I can't wait to find out what it is? I wonder if Cutting It is back?"
They weren't alone in hoping the BBC One show, which aired from 2002 to 2005, was due to make a return, as many commented about their hopes.
"Cutting It? I hope so," one woman wrote, as a second agreed: "Cutting It! Loved it so much! Please bring it back!"
Amanda has also starred in BBC One's Wild at Heart, which aired from 2006 to 2012, and has been a judge on Britain's Got Talent since its debut in 2007.
She is currently on BBC's I Can See Your Voice where Amanda was teased by Jimmy Carr and Paddy McGuinness for "name dropping" a famous pal.
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