Amanda Holden, 48, really loves when you talk about her 'tired old breasts'

Amanda Holden really loves talking about her breasts – and she loves that we’re all talking about them as well.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge has received numerous Ofcom complaints about her risque outfits on the ITV competition show but she admits that the fact that she’s 50 and ‘people are still talking about my tired old breasts’ is incredible.

Although she insists that she never thinks about her age or the public perception when she’s getting dressed.

‘My children don’t bat an eyelid at what I wear and love borrowing my clothes. I have fun on Britain’s Got Talent – it’s the perfect opportunity to take risks,’ she said.

‘Times have changed and I don’t feel anyone should feel pressure to dress for your age. It’s all about body positivity and feeling good.’

Speaking to OK! magazine, she added: ‘I think the way you’re perceived, rightly or wrongly, is based on how you look.

‘I treat clothing as armour so I can go out and face the world and battle each day. If you feel good in what you’re wearing then you’ll shine brightly.’

Amanda’s choice of dress on the hit variety program two years ago also struck a chord with 663 outraged viewers, who wrote to the TV regulator about her plunging Julian Macdonald dress.

The £11,250 lace dress received more complaints than Russell Brand’s bad language and sexual references during Comic Relief.

In 2018 the judge wore a stunning bodysuit covered by a glittering see-through skirt – but calls for her ‘to put her boobs away’ rang through on social media – while in 2019 she wore a stunning, floor-length gown by Nicolas Jebran, complete with floral details across the skirt and a spider-web design covering her breast.

The dress saw nine complaints sent to Ofcom.

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