She has an enviable work wardrobe that most women can only dream of.
And Amanda Holden looked as stylish as ever on Wednesday as she left Heart FM Studios in London, wearing a pink midi dress.
The radio host, 50, embraced the warmer British temperatures in her spring outfit which features a floral design, V-neckline and gathered fabric band.
Seasonal fashion: Amanda Holden looked more stylish than ever on Wednesday as she left Heart FM studios in London wearing a pink midi dress
She added height to her frame with classic nude heels while accessorizing with a pastel pink handbag from Fendi.
Amanda’s strawberry blonde locks were styled in a sleek, straight hairstyle as she enhanced her delicate facial features with soft makeup.
The mother of two completed the timeless outfit with black undertones and a pendant necklace.
Earlier on Wednesday, it was reported that Amanda would step into Cilla Black’s shoes and host her own game show for the love-hungry singletons.
Flattering silhouette: The 50-year-old radio host embraced the warmer weather in her spring outfit which features a floral pattern, v-neckline and gathered fabric band, showcasing her pert bust.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge is believed to be working with the UKTN on the ‘special’ project.
“ I’ve always dreamed of having my own dating show, so I’m excited to be working on something special with the UKTN right now, ” Amanda told Woman’s Own magazine.
Amanda, who was on Blind Date as a candidate in 1991 at the age of 19, was reportedly in talks with UKTN producers last month.
“The leaders are delighted to have Amanda on board. She’s perfect for a dating show because she has a great sense of humor, ” an insider told The Daily Star Sunday.
“ Everyone who works on the show thinks she has the potential to be like Cilla years ago on Blind Date. There is a lot of excitement about this.
Expensive taste: She added height to her frame with classic nude heels while accessorizing with a pastel pink handbag from Fendi
Touch of glamor: The mother-of-two completed the timeless outfit with black undertones and a pendant necklace
The new light entertainment program is expected to feature single women who are presented with a list of potential love interests to choose from.
The rejected suitors will then be dropped through a trapdoor in a format similar to the ’90s dating show Man O Man, hosted by Chris Tarrant.
For Blind Date in 1991 – her first TV appearance – Amanda wore a high-cut black jumpsuit and revealed that her ideal man would be Hollywood star Jack Nicholson, who is over 30 years her senior.
She applied after seeing a poster for an audition and later admitted that she was not single at the time but had been engaged. This relationship ended and in 1995 she married comedian Les Dennis – she was 24 and he was 41.
In 2000, she had a high-profile affair with Men Behaving Badly star Neil Morrissey, and she divorced Dennis three years later.
Amanada married record producer Chris Hughes in 2008. They have two daughters, Alexa, 15, and Hollie, nine.
New gig: Earlier Wednesday, it was reported that Amanda would step into Cilla Black’s shoes and host her own game show for the love-hungry singletons.
Busy bee: Britain’s Got Talent judge reportedly working with UKTN on ‘special’ project
Flashback: Amanda, who was on Blind Date as a candidate in 1991 at the age of 19, was reportedly in talks with producers last month
Although she is now best known for being a judge on Britain’s Got Talent and a presenter on Heart FM, she has also appeared in television shows such as Kiss Me Kate, Cutting It and Wild At Heart.
Blind Date aired on ITV on Saturday nights from 1985 to 2003 with Cilla, who also ran Surprise Surprise, as the host throughout. At its peak, the show drew 18 million viewers.
Paul O’Grady hosted a rebooted version on Channel 5 in 2017, featuring same-sex dating.
Other UK dating game shows include ITV’s Take Me Out, hosted by comedian Paddy McGuinness, which aired 2010-2019, and Channel 4’s Naked Attraction, hosted by Anna Richardson.
Ex: She married comedian Les Dennis (pictured in 2002) when she was 24 and he was 41, before divorcing in 2003, three years after her high-profile affair with actor Neil Morrissey
Home is where the heart is: Amanda married record producer Chris Hughes in 2008 and they have two daughters, Alexa, 15, and Hollie, nine.