BGT’s Amanda Holden puts on an eye-popping display as she ditches bra

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden was a vision in turquoise as she sped from the Heart FM studios on Monday afternoon, working a tailored blue silk gown.

The 49-year-old waved at the waiting photographers as she raced through the streets of London, having wrapped her presenting stint on her namesake breakfast show with Jamie Theakston earlier in the day.

Featuring a halter-neck design, Amanda worked an empire-waist silk dress from Reiss, with subtle pleats cutting into the hemline.

By way of accessories, she adding a black crocodile skin clutch, tinted shades, and white leather stiletto heels with embellishment at the toes.

Her honey blonde locks teased into curls, Amanda's hair was parted to one side, falling in waves to her shoulders.

With a glowing tan and a barely-there makeup, the BGT star looked – as ever – a picture of elegance.

The mum-of-two has been busier than ever in recent weeks, juggling radio hosting and the BGT live shows with her upcoming album release.

Amanda's latest song, I Know Him So Well, made its debut on September 18, as she crooned alongside Sheridan Smith for the heartfelt cover.

The duo duetted a rendition of the musical hit from Chess The Musical, which is set to feature on Amanda's yet-to-be-released album, Songs From My Heart.

Hitting the stage in 1986, Chess' musical tracks were written by ABBA's Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus.

Plugging the single's release, she said: "This was one of the first ever singles I bought (I gave it to my mum, who loved the song!)

"Thank you @sheridansmith1, it was wonderful to share this moment with you, every performance you give is so powerful and honest."

Songs From My Heart is set for release on October 2, featuring tracks such as With You and I Dreamed a Dream.

Discussing the album release, she told fans: "People think they know who I am because they see me being loud and outrageous on the television or radio.

"That is a part of me but really I'm all about my family. This album is all the songs I've loved in my life sung for the people who mean the most to me. It's a very emotional album that everyone can relate to.

"I had a tape recorder as a little girl and would sing into it dreaming of this moment."

She finished: "There is a story behind every song on the album celebrating life, love and loss – the darkest and happiest moments in my life so far. It is literally my heart laid bare."

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