Amanda Holden has defended her low-cut dresses on Britain’s Got Talent, saying she wants to enjoy her boobs while she can.
The TV star has come under fire for her risqué outfits plenty of times in the past, with viewers claiming they’ve seen a bit more than they bargained for. Most recently, a navy number she wore on the ITV show triggered 235 complaints to broadcasting watchdog Ofcom.
Holden, 49, has frequently laughed off the complaints and has now pointed out that all the fuss will probably fade away as she gets older.
She said on Loose Women: “It drives me mad that these nearly 50-year-old boobs get so much air time when I'm sat next to Alesha (Dixon) who is 10 years younger and who wears loads of things down there!"
She went on: "I just keep thinking I’m being a big round number next year and these things are going to start dropping soon.
"And so therefore they will drop out of the news, literally, they’ll just drop off, so just enjoy it while it lasts."
Holden recently revealed that she has her own “t** committee” to check her outfits aren’t too revealing as a result of all the complaints.
The mum-of-two told The Sun: “There’s now a whole body of people that knock on my door and come and stare at my chest before we go on air.
“There’s a t** committee.
“There are so many brilliant people, they come down, knock on the door and there’s the lady who’s the producer who said, ‘Mandy, it looks great’.”
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