TV personality Amanda Holden put on a rather busty display on Monday as she showed off her assets in a plunging feathered gown.
Celebrating the easing of lockdown restrictions on Monday, Amanda, 50, and Pussy Cat Doll star Ashley Roberts, 39, strutted down their very own red carpet outside London's ODEON during their Heart FM breakfast show.
Wearing an embellished dress with amazing sparkling detail, Amanda gave fans an eye popping display as the dress sported an extremely low neck line.
To add to the regal look, the frock had a dramatic light pink feathered skirt that hugged tightly to her waist and showed off her amazing physique.
The mother-of-two wore her make up light and added a glossy nude lip to the look while her gorgeous blonde hair sat effortlessly above her collar bones.
Singer Ashley also made sure she turned up the heat as she wore strapless, cream gown on the red carpet. She also added pearl accessories to complete the look.
Despite the weather looking quite cloudy, the glamorous pair continued to bring the heat and presented some of the radio show, live from the red carpet.
According to recent reports, Amanda's new show I Can See Your Voice has been recommissioned for a second series, even the though the first season hasn't finished yet.
The BBC has found that the Saturday night programme has been a huge success amongst viewers and can't wait to give it another go.
The entertaining game show which is presented by Paddy McGuinness also stars TV personalities Alison Hammond and Jimmy Carr.
Talking to MailOnline about the show, a source said: "Due to the incredible ratings success of I Can See Your Voice, which has brought some much needed fun and laughter to Saturday night prime-time television, the show has already been recommissioned for a second series.
"Amanda and Alison's genuine on-air chemistry has proved to be a ratings winner with the [latest episode] peaking at 5.1 million. It’s a runaway success!'
Based on the South Korean version, I Can See Your Voice premiered in the UK last month.
The programme's concept sees a celeb panel provide clues to contestants to eliminate bad singers from a group of six people. But the contestants have to do their best to guess who they are without hearing them sing.
It airs on Saturdays at 7.30pm on BBC.
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