Amanda Holden, 51, strips naked and playfully styles her hair while taking a bath in her Cotswolds home
Amanda Holden stripped naked and jumped into her soapy bath in a cheeky Instagram video.
The 51-year-old Britain’s Got Talent judge wore nothing but glamorous gold jewelery before massaging shampoo into her hair and lifting her locks at the ends on her head.
Actress Amanda went on to explain how she and her daughters Alexa, 16, and Hollie, 10, and Alexa love being blonde while waving a bottle of Charles Worthington Color Plex toning shampoo.
Soap Star: Amanda Holden, 51, stripped naked and jumped into her soap bath in a revealing Instagram video this week
Amanda is no stranger to showing off her glamorous looks and will take to Instagram on Wednesday to share snaps of her incredibly glitzy look ahead of the BGT semifinals.
The presenter wore a sheer silver dress with a plunging neckline by designer Alek Navi with 50,000 hand-embroidered crystals.
The garment featured a jeweled emerald detail, a bold leg split and a flowing dress.
Playful: The Britain’s Got Talent jury could be seen wearing only glamorous gold jewelery before massaging shampoo into her hair and lifting her locks at their ends
The TV star added height to her frame with a pair of sheer open-toed heels as she fashioned her blonde locks into a ponytail.
Amanda fixed the camera with a sultry gaze and finished her look for the evening with a smokey eye.
Tom Ball won the Britain’s Got Talent semi-final on Wednesday night and advanced to the final alongside comedian Eva Abley.
Stunning: Amanda made sure all eyes were on her when she donned a deep silver gown by designer Alek Navi for the Britain’s Got Talent semi-final on Wednesday
Vocalist Tom, 23, blew the crowd away with his powerful rendition of Conchita Wurst’s Rise Like A Phoenix, receiving a standing ovation from the judges.
Eva, 14, impressed the judges with her comedy routine with Amanda Holden, Alesha and David Walliams who all voted to let her advance to the final on magician Keiichi Iwisaki.
Tom, who works as a teacher, was asked about the support he received from his students and colleagues.
He said, “My kids have been absolutely amazing. I can’t thank my school enough for their support and everyone at home who supports me.’
After the two acts advancing to the finals were announced, head judge Simon Cowell revealed he can introduce wildcards into Sunday’s final.
Success: Tom Ball won the semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent on Wednesday evening