Amanda Holden tones down racy BGT wardrobe in backless mini dress

Amanda Holden decided to tone down her look for the last Britain's Got Talent semi-final in a backless mini dress.

The judge looked stunning as she made her entrance in the short look that showed off her lithe legs.

Amanda has been causing a stir all week with her somewhat controversial attire, with some viewers criticising her for not being family-friendly.

It appears Amanda, 48, decided to take on board some of the comments as she opted to cover-up and show off her gym-honed figure instead.

Amanda's dress by designer Julien Macdonald – the very same designer who was behind her most controversial look from 2017 which became the third most-complained about moment on British TV.

Some viewers joked that Amanda had "decided to wear clothes tonight", as another said she "looked classy after putting the puppies away".

Earlier in the week Amanda's racy semi-sheer dress that had a spiderweb design covering her boob , was branded “inappropriate for family viewing”, with one Twitter user claiming it left her feeling “slightly embarrassed”.

Ofcom received 22 complaints about Wednesday night's show, with nine of those about Amanda's gown.

On Thursday her chest-baring black gown with floral appliqué didn't impress either with 34 complaints made to Ofcom according to the Sun.

Amanda acknowledged that she has caused a stir with what she wears but admits: "My t*ts seem to become the show's biggest talking point every year."

She went on to say that despite "plenty of complaints apparently," there had been "none from home."

There was some confusion from the BGT judge about her most controversial outfit of the week, a dress that had a spider's web covering her assets.

Amanda said that there was nothing revealing about the outfit and for a first time, she had worn nipple covers.

She revealed: "[Because] it's a family show and people talk about my boobs every year, so I thought I would wear a nipple cover."

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