Amanda Holden looked sensational as she unveiled her remarkable beauty transformation in London on Tuesday evening. Posing up a storm in a striking black gown, it was the Britain's Got Talent judge's long peroxide blonde hair that commanded attention. She appeared to wear extensions in a sleek ponytail with a centre parting. Her skin looked positively luminous and totally wrinkle-free, and her immaculate make-up was flawlessly applied, with highlighter, lashings of black mascara and smokey eyeshadow.
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Amanda, 46, has always been open about her cosmetic enhancements, and has previously revealed glowing complexion is down to a £9 cleanser loved by many stars, Cetaphi's Gentle Skin Cleanse. "Along the lines of Kylie when she had cancer, I gave it up after Hollie," she said via The Mirror in 2014. "For the last three years I haven't bothered, and have instead been having Collagen Wave facials by a wonderful lady called Nilam Patel. It’s done amazing things to my face." The mother-of-two also confessed she loves thick eyebrows, saying: "Making them longer and thicker takes years off a person. As a youngster, I think I even took a razor to mine at one point - so I've been quite lucky they've been able to grow out in the first place."
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Earlier this year, Amanda turned heads when she appeared on ITV's BGT back in June wearing a plunging Julien Macdonald dress that showed most of her chest and back. The £11,250 gown proved very provocative, with Ofcom receiving 216 complaints within 24 hours of the BGF semi-final airing. She previously admitted she hoped to cause controversy with her BGT wardrobe. Speaking shortly before the 2017 series kicked off, she told the Sun: "I can't wait to wear my dresses. They are very flattering and feminine and a few are… what you would expect. Will people be complaining to Ofcom? I hope so. I really do. I haven't done my job if they aren't."