Amanda Holden’s never been one to shy away from attention and ahead of the first ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ live shows, she’s welcomed Ofcom complaints about her outfits.
In previous years, Amanda and Alesha Dixon’s dresses have often stolen the show, but you simply can’t please everyone and 2016’s shows saw 19 people contact the broadcasting watchdog to share their thoughts.
And those 19 people will probably want to stay away from their TVs this week, as Amanda has no plans to tone things down.
When quizzed on the matter by the Sun, Amanda told the paper: “Will people be complaining to Ofcom? I hope so, I really do. I haven’t done my job if they aren’t.”
Amanda also gave an insight into the process that goes into picking her outfits, revealing that her team of stylists leave deciding to the final minute.
‘I haven’t done my job properly if people aren’t complaining.’
“None of them have been worn before, which is the main thing for me,” she explained. “I like to know no one six foot tall and skinny has worn it on a red carpet before.
“That’s why we wait for Cannes to finish before we start choosing.”
Last night’s (Monday 29 May) live show saw eight acts perform with the hope of getting through to the live final.