Amanda Holden: Heart FM presenter flashes plenty of leg in smouldering minidress post

Heart FM star Amanda Holden took to Instagram this morning to show her support for the NHS, who are working hard throughout the coronavirus outbreak.

True to form, the 49-year-old radio presenter posted a sexy snap online to grab the attention of her fans.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge smouldered as she flaunted her pins in a patterned minidress.

In the social media snap, which she shared with her 1.3 million followers, Amanda could be seen leaning up against a desk in a plunging blazer-style dress.

She put on a leggy display in the double-breasted outfit, which featured a very short hemline, and pointy black pumps.

Wearing her hair loose, she completed her sexy secretary – or teacher – look with a pair of glasses perched on the end of her nose.

A second picture, which was posted on her Instagram Stories, showed the popular TV and radio star with her co-star Ashley Roberts.

The Pussycat Dolls star looked equally beautiful in a black T-shirt, bright pink pleated skirt and matching gem-encrusted stilettos.

Alongside the first sexy snap, Amanda wrote: “Take a note … join us @thisisheart at 8pm to applause the #nhs #clapforourcarers.”

Ashley, who appeared in the Instagram Stories snap, but not the picture on her grid, took to the comments section to joke: “Hahaha missed the cut!”

Referring to her sexy school teacher look, another added: “I’m sure I would’ve loved a teacher like you back in the day. Lol although I doubt I’d have been concentrating on any work.”(sic)

Sharing a similar thought, another user added: “A teacher has never looked this beautiful and sexy.”

A third fan remarked: “You look fabulous today Ms Holden. I love this look on you.”


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Praising the star for publicly supporting the NHS, a fourth user said: “Fabulous. You’re doing an awesome job for the support you’re giving to the NHS. This is why we love you.”

Amanda’s post published the NHS Clap for Carers campaign, which will take place this evening.


Tonight at 8pm, people across the UK will thank NHS workers with a nationwide round of applause.

People can show their appreciation for NHS staff, who are working at the frontline of the coronavirus outbreak, by taking their windows, doorsteps and balconies to clap.

Citizens in Spain already performed a similar gesture to thank medical workers with cheering and applause.

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