BGT’s Amanda Holden wows fans in skintight gown at glam winter wedding

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden never fails to impress fans with her sense of style.

The TV personality, 48, once again sent her 1.3million Instagram followers into a frenzy by posing for a snap wearing a floor-length red wine-coloured gown before she attended a winter wedding.

The star's figure-hugging dress featured long-sleeves and a diamante buckle which emphasised her incredible curves.

Unsurprisingly, fans of the former Wild At Heart star rushed to their keyboards to compliment the blonde bombshell on her latest outfit.

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One fan said: "So beautiful."

Anther added: "Wow Wow Wow."

A third penned: "Beautiful."

A fourth gushed: "Elegant."

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Amanda has recently received some stick from her former Britain's Got Talent co-star Piers Morgan over her broken leg.

The pair enjoyed a boozy night out in Notting Hill recently and the GMB host took to Instagram to share a pic of him and Amanda, who was wearing a metallic suit as she balanced on crutches.

Piers, 54, cheekily captioned his post: "Legless (again) with Amanda."

The Heart FM breakfast host broke her leg in October during a family holiday after she fell awkwardly on a Total Wipeout-stye challenge.

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The mum-of-two needed an emergency operation to have a metal plate fitted.

Amanda, who has been getting around on either crutches or a scooter, added: "The irony is – you know how much I hate health and safety, and a guy that was running the thing said, 'You have to wear the life jacket', and I was thinking, 'Well, this is silly, it's a children's thing.'

"So I was like, 'Ugh, alright then,' and I put on the life jacket.

"I'm really glad I did to be honest, because I don't think I would have made it back as hastily as I did."

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