Amanda Holden goes braless in skintight outfit after making sex noises on air
Amanda Holden has stunned fans by posing without a bra and showing off her nipples after making sex noises on her radio show.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge is no stranger to a ravishing look, sharing her daring fashion choices with her adoring fanbase. The star’s latest ensemble showed off her gorgeous figure as she posed in a waist-cinched outfit.
The all-black ensemble consisted of a matching shirt and tight pencil skirt, highlighting all of her curves as she completed the outfit with a pair of white stiletto heels. Bit it was the 52-year-old’s top that was hard to miss as the star’s nipples could be seen protruding through the material as she opted to forego a bra in the name of fashion.
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In one clip, she can be seen jumping up and down sanz bra as co-host Ashley Roberts walked into the Heart FM office also clad in head to toe black. Another clip the star shared on her Instagram stories showed the star sampling a packet of Christmas Pudding flavoured crisps.
As she gobbled down the snack and offered up her reaction, she was seen sniffing the bag before making a series of loud moans that sounded like sex noises. The star was wearing a grey dress that she later “lifted up” for the camera.
The mum-of-three went braless underneath a grey low-cut jumper from Pretty Lavish and complimented it with a slender pleather skirt from Sosandar. At one point she lifted up her skirt and kicked out with her boots from LK Bennett, flashing her legs in the process.
Amanda recently claimed society was "going backwards" when it comes to discussing sex. It comes ahead of her new history sex show Sex: A Bonkers History, fronted with historian Dan Jones. During a launch event for the show, she said: "Personally, I feel like even though we think we're going forwards, I feel like we're going backwards.
"I think when people say conversations are being started, they're actually being stopped because I think lots of people are frightened to speak on every aspect of everything. "So every time we think we've gone forward we are always going to step back, and that's true of absolutely every era that we've covered."
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