Amanda Holden has continued to cause a stir with her wardrobe attire for a second night in a row on Britain’s Got Talent .
The judge already upset viewers with her risqué sheer dress that had a spider’s web design covering her assets on Wednesday night.
And on Thursday night’s semi-final seemingly ignoring the furore over her attire, Amanda, 48, walked out on to the stage in a black gown with floral appliqué baring her chest in the plunging design.
Viewers were quick to complain to Ofcom over her cleavage-baring look and according to the Sun the regulator received 34 complaints about the Saiid Kobeisy dress.
Ofcom received 22 complaints about Wednesday’s show, with nine of those about Amanda’s semi-sheer gown.
Viewers branded the racy ‘spiderweb’ dress as “inappropriate for family viewing”, with one Twitter user claiming it left her feeling “slightly embarrassed”.
Amanda acknowledged that she has caused a stir with what she wears but admits: “My t*ts seem to become the show’s biggest talking point every year.”
She went on to say that despite “plenty of complaints apparently,” there had been “none from home.”
There was some confusion from the BGT judge about her most controversial outfit of the week, a dress that had a spider’s web covering her assets.
Amanda said that there was nothing revealing about the outfit and for a first time, she had worn nipple covers.
She revealed: “[Because] it’s a family show and people talk about my boobs every year, so I thought I would wear a nipple cover.”
Addressing the F-word that she screamed during Monday’s live show, after being frightened by a horrifying act, Amanda admitted: “It always bloody happens to me.”
She said that “it’s normally me who falls a*** over t** or swears,” and bemoaned that “they never get Alesha up.”
This is probably fortunate for Alesha in her pregnant state and the nature of the act which was called The Haunting.
After dropping the F-bomb, Amanda admitted “I did go into panic mode afterwards,” and that she “chased Simon into his dressing room,” to confirm “you’re not going to fire me, are you?”
Simon was adamant though, apparently replying: “Don’t be f**king ridiculous.”
Amanda did get some heat from home though, as her children Lexi, 13, and seven-year-old Hollie were watching with their grandparents and were not impressed with their mother’s language.
Amanda admitted that “My kids would get bollocked if they swore.”
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