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Amanda Holden is the latest celebrity to to rock the laced-up dress trend, in one almost identical to the frock supermodel Heidi Klum wore just days before.
The actor, TV judge and radio host, wore a bright yellow dress featuring cut-outs and slits, complete with silver heels, for the return of Britain's Got Talent, joined by fellow judges, Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.
Holden's most recent post on Instagram features her looking over her shoulder while walking up the stairs to The London Palladium, where auditions for the show kicked off.
She joked in the caption, "Did I hear someone say I've pressed my golden buzzer? @bgt @eamonnmcc @gettyentertainment."
Fellow celebrity friends have commented on the laced-up outfit, with Lisa Snowdon writing, "You look SENSATIONAL honey!", Ashley Roberts with "Smoke show", and Alison Hammond with, "Yes My G!!".
Fans have also showed their love of the outfit trend, asking "Who is your stylist", and another acknowledging, "That looks like @heidiklum's favourite new dress".
Holden tagged make-up artist Christian Vermaak, make-up artist Karin Darnell, stylist Karl Willett, and photographer Eamonn McCormack, as well as others, in the post.
Her previous post included a close up of her wearing the dress and full-length shot revealing its side slit, with which she wrote, "We are back!! Filming @bgt. Reunited with my tv family."
Fellow Britain's Got Talent judge Dixon also went for the bold colours, wearing an orange open blazer with matching trousers, complete with a bralette and chain necklaces.
Meanwhile, the judge you love to hate, Cowell, wore his classic and casual shades, crew neck jumper and blue jeans, while Walliams opted for a suit with pocket handkerchief.
Holden's yellow gown is very similar to Klum's outfit, which the supermodel posted a few days ago, along with other celebs opting for the laced-up dress trend.
Earlier this month, Klum shared a series of snaps and a video of her also wearing a sunshine yellow, laced-up, cut-out piece, calling it her "new favourite dress", which she credited to the label Dundas, by Peter Dundas.
Holden and Klum aren't the first to be seen in the trend, with a long list of celebs wearing the laced-up, cut-out staples to red carpet events, or sharing their love for them on social media – though not all opt for the bright yellow.
Most memorably, Megan Fox, 35, wore a deep red laced-up and cut-out dress, taken to the next level with beads, sequins and embroidery, to last year's Met Gala.