Amanda Holden hits back at BGT ‘nipple’ complaints with cheeky chest snap

Amanda Holden has taken to her Instagram page to share a cheeky snap amid complaints made over her racy recent Britain's Got Talent dress.

The Heart FM radio presenter took her Instagram story to share a photo which saw her holding up two Bakewell Tarts to her chest – mimicking nipples.

She teamed this with a cheeky grin as she stared into the camera, as she wrote: "Amanda wrote on the image: "Let's all think about what lies beneath our chests today."

The photo comes after Amanda, 49, was hit with 235 Ofcom complaints about her plunging BGT dress last weekend – with some viewers suggesting they could see her nipples.

Amanda already made light at the situation on Tuesday (September 29), Amanda took to her Instagram Story to hit back at the nipple claims with a very sarcastic comeback.

Amanda wrote: "Mmmm really? Who has nipples this close to their cleavage? FYI a bones corset dented the girls all night."

She followed it up with a laughing emoji as she gently poked fun at those who were offended over the gown.

During the BGT episode aired last weekend, her racy dress very quickly became the topic of conversation on the show's hashtag on Twitter.

One fan wrote at the time: "Already predicting the Ofcom complaints regarding Amanda's dress #BGT."

Another added: "Amanda is (almost) exposing her nipples."

"Really hope the Ofcom warriors who are SO keen to protect the sanctity of a 'family show' and uphold morality are on it and currently writing to complain," tweeted another.

A third: "So tonight's Ofcom complaint is going to be Amanda's dress which is barely there ."

While fourth continued: "I wonder how many Ofcom complaints there is going to be about Amanda's 'nipples'".

Amanda was previously at the centre of an Ofcom storm for wearing a chest-baring dress to the BGT final in 2017.

She recently admitted she sometimes wears racy outfits to hit the headlines.

"Even though I am really open and very much myself most of the time, it’s a fake circumstance when you’re sitting on a panel and judging," she told The Sun.

Amanda added: "I’m very aware of myself and what I should say next. Sometimes I pretend I’m not and I’m outrageous, and I’m like, ‘Oh I had no idea I was going to say that’, or my boob pops out, ‘I had no idea that was going to happen!’

"You have circumstances where you know what you’re doing and the situation is always ongoing, so you are always aware."

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