She is no stranger to flaunting her sensational figure in show-stopping ensembles.
And Amanda Holden certainly didn’t disappoint on Monday (September 11) when she hosted a special screening of her brand-new show Sky History’s Sex: A Bonkers History at the Ham Yard Hotel in London.
The 52-year-old presenter left little to the imagination when she ditched her bra and donned a skintight red leather dress which perfectly showcased her hourglass curves.
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Her jaw-dropping outfit featured a plunging neckline which struggled to contain her ample assets and celebrated her toned physique.
She accessorised the red-hot look with a pair of matching red high heels and even painted her freshly manicured nails a similar bright red.
The mum-of-two finished the look with a collection of gold bracelets and rings which she decorated her hands and wrists with as she posed up a storm outside the event.
To complete the look, the Britain’s Got Talent judge styled her signature honey blonde locks into loose beachy waves and added a full face of makeup.
For the evening event, the radio hosted opted to go for a summery look which celebrated her natural beauty with a pinch of blush on the apples of her cheeks.
She finished the bronzy look with a touch of brown eye shadow and lashings of black mascara on her fluttery lashes and a swipe of nude pink lipstick on her signature pour as she flashed her pearly whites to the camera.
Her sun-kissed tan practically glowed against her sensational dress as she worked her best angles for the photographers.
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Amanda made sure to show off her cheeky side when she later posed beside a Roman-esque nude statue and playfully covered the headless statue’s breasts.
The new series is set to air on Monday September 18 on Sky History and is expected to shock viewers with topics surrounding the first contraception and how sex has moulded civilisation today.
Viewers can also expect to learn from sex experts including Dr Kate Lister, author of A Curious History of Sex, and the late executive chair of Ann Summers, Jacqueline Gold.
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