Britain’s Got Talent Judge Amanda Holden shared a saucy pic ahead of a night out to see Moulin Rouge in the French capital – with fans going wild over her striking outfit
With traditional Parisian buildings pictured in the background, the Britain’s Got Talent judge, 51, posed on her hotel balcony before heading out for the night to catch a production of Moulin Rouge.
And her open black blouse and nude lace bra underneath, with a black-and-white Dolce & Gabbana floral skirt, hit all the right notes with her followers.
Someone commented: “Wow you look beautiful Amanda, love your outfit – very French and elegant, bonjour!”, while another fan wrote, “OMG the cutest person wearing the cutest outfit, have fun in Paris!”
One interested fan even described her as a “goddess”.
Amanda captioned her picture with the words, “#Paris” with a red love heart emoji and French flag”, while also tagging the Italian restaurant Pink Mama where it looked like she was having a bite to eat.
Amanda, who is taking a break while the pre-recorded auditions of BGT are currently being aired on ITV, also showed off her images of the Eiffel Tower and Metro station signs as she did a spot of sightseeing.
All this positivity, though, comes a day after Amanda was criticised following the latest edition of Britain’s Got Talent, in which she appears alongside fellow judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.
Fans of the show were quick to vent their spleens in her direction when 14-year-old comedian Eva took to the stage.
She suffers from cerebral palsy and was a hit with the four judges with a routine that poked fun at her own ailment, but viewers couldn’t help but be put off by the watching Amanda laughing along.
“Here comes Amanda’s cackle,” wrote one onlooker on social media, while another added. “Oh god, here comes Amanda’s annoying fake laugh. Shut up!”
And there was also, “Why does Amanda’s laugh sound like fingernails on a blackboard. It is horrifying”, along with “I have nightmares about Amanda’s fake laugh.”
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