Amanda Holden was captured backstage looking gorgeous before taking her seat at the judges desk on Britain’s Got Talent on Saturday (September 3).
As lovers of fashion and the red carpet, we’re well used to seeing dresses like this Bordeaux corset gown – which was a collaboration between her stylist Karl Willett and designer Suzanne Neville.
But apparently the Great British public aren’t, because Ofcom (UK’s communications regulator for TV) received 235 viewers complaints about this gown.
Yes, BGT is family show, but I would hardly call this risqué or complaint worthy, but then I see dresses like this every day so perhaps I have become somewhat desensitised.
Personally, I think she look breath-taking. The rich warm fall tones, the unique design on from the neck up and sleek fabrication; although I do wish the lining was in a matching colour, has me totally captivated.
For Sunday nights show she did a complete 180, going from sensual to sweet wearing another Suzanne Neville gown.
I’m sure the high neckline and angelic white hue would’ve gone down better with the viewing public.
In terms of design, it’s super chic. The high neckline helps to elongate the look, and I love how the built-in corset gives this look an hour glass silhouette.
Which look do you prefer?