Presenter Amanda Holden made sure all eyes were firmly fixated on her this week, as she strutted her stuff in a very tight fitted yellow dress for her fans online.
Never shy to make a fashion statement, Amanda, 50, took to her Instagram stories on Wednesday to post a short clip of herself walking seductively towards the camera while inside the Global HQ office.
Wearing a figure hugging yellow tweed dress, the Britain's Got Talent judge also posted a picture of herself in the office gazing through a window, as she pulled down the blinds to get any extra peep at her colleagues.
The dress left little to the imagination as she appeared to ditch her underwear under the snug fit of the dress, leaving her fans hot under the collar.
Mother of two Amanda, made sure she continued to make a fashionable statement as she teamed her overall look with a chunky gold choker and white stilettos.
Keeping her make up light and natural the blonde beauty also allowed her gorgeous locks to cascade over her shoulder effortlessly.
Amanda's seductive post comes after the news that she will soon be starring in her very own series titled No Holden Back on E4.
The eight-part reality series will give viewers insight into Amanda's "unique relationship" with her Nan Myrtle as they get ready to move back in with each other.
Talking to The Sun about the new series, Amanda said: "I'm delighted that everyone is finally going to meet my nan, the apple never falls far from my tree and in this series she will certainly be keeping me on my toes."
Steven Handley who is Channel 4's Commissioning Editor also spoke to the publication and said: "Amanda is one of the UK's most well-known stars and we are thrilled to get insight into her life with her nan."
Last week Amanda received backlash from fans for her "ignorant" comment that she made while appearing as UK's jury for the Eurovision Song Contest.
While introducing herself on the live programme to inform viewers what Britain voted, the breakfast radio host said: "Bon soir. Goedenavond. That is good evening in French and Dutch although I've got absolutely no idea which is which."
But several viewers didn't see the funny side to the comment and believed it was distasteful and lacked humour.
Former Scottish government culture secretary Fiona Hyslop also wasn't happy with Amanda's remarks and took to Twitter to label the TV personality as "embarrassing".
"Nil Points for UK and Amanda Holden thinking it funny to say she doesn’t know the difference between French and Dutch #Embarrassing," Fiona penned.
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