Amanda Holden sent impulses on Instagram by posing in her underwear.
The 49-year-old British Got Talent judge slipped into the sexy black Calvin Klein before striking a pose.
Amanda paired her underwear with a pair of creeping black heels and a short black sweater.
What did Amanda Holden say on Instagram?
Amanda shared the pictures and cheekily told her 1.6 million Instagram followers: “Without a smile, you’re never fully dressed …”
Not surprisingly, Amanda’s fans have become wild about her classy underwear snaps.
One commented: “Your figure is excellent!”
Another wrote on the social media site: “I laugh to myself when I think we are the same age. You look amazing. Comfort me with a packet of discos! “
A third added: “You are burning, my love. Raise the flag for women over 40. Amanda, you are an inspiration. “
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Amanda’s showbiz friends are also delighted with their underwear photos.
Actress Sheridan Smith told Heart FM radio host, “What I would give to look this way!”
Dancing On Ice star Myleene Klass posted three ‘flame’ emojis while comedian Alan Carr wrote, “Phwoarrr !!!”
However, Rylan Clark-Neal joked, “You Okay Dallyn, did you forget your skirt? ” [Sic]
What did Amanda say about her body?
Amanda certainly isn’t shy when it comes to showing off her body.
The mother of two regularly causes a stir with her revealing outfits on Got Talent in the UK and goes around her house naked.
But last year she admitted that it turned her daughters Alexa, 14 and Hollie, 9 into crackers.
Amanda told Stella Magazine: “What really annoys you is that I’m naked at home.
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“Last night I said goodnight to Lexie with just my shower cap on and she screamed, ‘Mom! I’m on FaceTime! Why do you always have to be naked? ‘”
However, she is interested in promoting body confidence in her formidable girls.
As a result, Amanda banned the word “fat” in her home.
The star added, “It’s so hard for girls now, and if Lexie ever starts a sentence with,” Do you think I see f … “I cut her off with,” Don’t even say that word in my house. “