Amanda Holden In J’Aton Couture – Britain’s Got Talent Pre-Final Party

Amanda Holden joined Alesha Dixon on the red carpet for the pre-final party for ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ at the Banqueting House in London on Friday.

The actress/judge wore a gorgeous J’Aton Couture gown.

Her nude corset gown with red piping had a beautiful nude tulle overlay which draped from one shoulder. The gown, which also had a thigh-high split, was accented with a tan belt.

The rest of her accessories included a gold cuff, gold YSL Trib Too pumps and a matching Aspinal clutch.

Amanda has been exclusively dressed by the Australian design duo Jacob Luppino and Anthony Pittorino since the start of the finals for BGT.

You may remember that it was the gorgeous Dannii Minogue who introduced us to J’Aton Couture back in her glorious ‘X Factor’ days.

Amanda styled her hair up into a chic updo and completed her look with a ravishing red-hot lip colour.

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12 thoughts on “Amanda Holden In J’Aton Couture – Britain’s Got Talent Pre-Final Party

  1. Carolina

    She undoubtedly is beautiful, but all I can think of looking at the dress is a cutting diagram for a cow. Not a fan of the color combination, which heightens the unfortunate connection in my mind.

    1. andrea

      Yes the red lines are distracting, I keep thinking someone has left seam tape all over her dress.

  2. Yeliz

    What a gorgeous gown! Too bad she wore it with those Trib Too pumps because everything else is amazing.

  3. bm

    What a gorgeous gown. I love the red lippie and those blue nails really popping against the nude . Beautiful way to start a week.

  4. Riley

    She looks unhealthy, especially her hair.

    But she looks happy and radiant. She really likes her look.

  5. EmmaWoodhouse

    Ugly color combo…the nude washes her out and the red lines are unattractive. The look drapes and wraps well but I don’t like it because of those colors.


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