Amanda Holden could file even more complaints with Ofcom with her latest daring ensemble in the episode of Britain's Got Talent on Saturday.
The 49-year-old TV judge made sure all eyes were on her again as she recorded the fifth semifinal in a dazzling dress with a bold black lace bustier.
The garment had a dangerously high gap between the legs, which showed Amanda's sensational figure, and a burgundy velvet sleeve.
Glamor: The TV judge made sure all eyes were on her again as she recorded the fifth semifinal in a dazzling dress with a bold black lace bustier
The dress had a hearty neckline, while Amanda added height to her body with a pair of black, open heels.
The former Wild At Heart actress, who wore a light palette of makeup, looked sensational as she let her blonde locks fall over her shoulders for the event.
Amanda left the recent controversy over her fashion choices and smiled as she took the stage and waved to the crowd in front of the show.
While Amanda went for a daring look for the main show, she wore a more low-key outfit when appearing on stage in scenes that aired on Saturday.
Elegant: While Amanda went for a daring look for the main show, she wore a more low-key outfit when she appeared on stage in scenes that aired on Saturday
The judge looked sensational as she posed in a chic white turtleneck dress with long sleeves and a billowing skirt.
Amanda will give a stunning performance of Sweeney Todd & # 39; s Not While I'm Around from her new album Songs From My Heart, which is already sold out on Amazon after its release on Friday.
The singer's ensemble had pointed shoulders and fitted snugly to her body up to the waist, where the ivory skirt then fell into a fishtail design.
It comes after Amanda's classy dress sparked 235 Ofcom complaints on the show last week, leading viewers to wonder if she's suffered a wardrobe malfunction.
On Friday, Amanda laughed at the drama when speaking exclusively with MailOnline, joking that her breasts need their "own display".
Beauty: The judge looked sensational as she posed in a chic white turtleneck dress with long sleeves and a billowing skirt
The talented star teased her outfit for Saturday's show, quipping, "I wear a dress that goes to the end of my arms and down to my neck!"
Amanda added that she wanted to focus attention on her performance and jokingly added, "Not on my breasts!"
Although the star cheekily teased, "Even though you can see them very clearly as obvious, it's a fitted dress!"
Talking about the recent excitement about her outfit on last Saturday's show and the 235 Ofcom complaints she had received, Amanda said she used her "sense of humor" to deal with the backlash.
After the show on Saturday, some fans on Twitter claimed Amanda suffered nip-slip in the look and she went to Instagram at the time to quit speculation.
Humor: Amanda spoke about the backlash to her latest dress and 235 Ofcom complaints in a new exclusive interview with MailOnline. She laughed at the drama and joked that her breasts need their own display (pictured in dress on Saturday).
In her typically humorous humor, the singer joked to MailOnline that she was more offended than people thought she had "huge pot nipples".
The star stated that she has her own "committee" of people checking on their outfits before a show, and she said her racy dress was over.
Despite listening to audience opinions, Amanda admitted that she "can see what people think".
Amanda had worn a deep navy dress with a daring thigh-high slit and a hanger built into its bust.
Heart's radio host said, “I can see what people are thinking, it was underwired, you know, if you have an underwire bikini or bra, it ends up like a wrong U, right? The end is dug in.
Racy? Amanda had worn a plunging, daring thigh-high navy gown with a built-in hanger at the chest that made some viewers uncomfortable
"I was more offended that people thought I either had huge pot nipples or nipples over my cleavage."
Amanda joked about the amount of attention her boobs and racy ensembles get, and quipped that they need their own representation and will tell Piers Morgan's life stories.
She said, “I seriously think that my girls need separate representation for me because they are known themselves. You don't need me, you will be doing Piers Morgan's life stories on your own next year!
"They're going to make their own album, they're going to release their own autobiography – The Truth Behind The Bra!"
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