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Amanda Louise Holden (born 16 February 1971) is an English media personality, actress, television presenter, singer, and author. She has judged on the television talent show competition Britain's Got Talent since the show began its run in 2007 on ITV. As an actress, Holden played the role of Mel in Kiss Me Kate (1998–2000), Geraldine Titley in The Grimleys (1999-2001), Sarah Trevanion in Wild at Heart (2006–2008), Lizzie, the Ring Mistress, in Big Top (2009), and the title role in Thoroughly Modern Millie, for which she was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award.
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Amanda Holden looks incredible as she strips to very skimpy outfit and dances in front of her garage

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AMANDA Holden looked incredible as she striped down to a very skimpy outfit in her garage. The 50-year-old wowed in a lace black bodysuit and sexy thigh high boots as she mimed along to Celine Dion's hit It's All Coming Back to Me Now.

As her garage door slowly opened, and the chorus dropped, the TV star took off her grey dressing gown and walked towards the camera in the sexy ensemble.

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