Amanda Holden’s cleavage-flashing BGT gown sparks 235 Ofcom complaints

Amanda Holden 's racy dress on Britain's Got Talent from last weekend has sparked 235 Ofcom complaints.

The 49-year-old star was slammed social media at the weekend over the a low-cut dress, with some viewers suggesting they could see her nipples.

And now Ofcom have confirmed the most recent semi-final on Saturday night sparked 277 complaints to broadcasting – with 235 of them concerning Amanda's dress choice.

Amanda left little to the imagination as she took her seat on the panel.

Ditching her bra, the presenter turned up the heat – putting her eye-popping assets centre-stage.

Thanks to her dress sporting an off-the-shoulder design and plunging neckline, Amanda barely kept her modesty in check.

Slashed down the centre of gown, the starlet's cleavage was impossible to missing during the prime time show.

The racy look was quickly picked up on by shocked fans – with many thinking Ofcom will be flooded with complaints by Sunday evening.

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "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."

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

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

Amanda is no stranger to being criticised for her sexy outfits.

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

Amanda 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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