AMANDA Holden has teased a new TV project with her social media fans, implying that she is “getting back to her roots” in acting.
Talented 50 years old, who has starred in dramas, talent shows and various dramas over the years, said she is “starting to shoot” something new.
Wearing a chic white jacket and pink suede high heels, BGT star Amanda looks glamorous in an Instagram post.
She chose a comprehensive makeup style, including false lashes, gentle eyebrows and nude lipstick in tune with a pink chalk handbag.
“An exciting new project started filming today,” she annotated the post, while refusing to provide any other details related to “#BackToMyRoots”.
Fans were flooded with comments to praise the star, calling her “gorgeous” and “congratulating” her on her new adventure.
“The outfit stands out,” one person said shortly after agreeing: “You look beautiful in a white outfit, absolutely stunning.”
“Congratulations in advance,” added another. “I can’t wait to know what it is? I wonder if Cut It will come back?”
They are not alone in hope BBC One, which aired from 2002 to 2005, is due to return, as many comment on their hopes.
“Cut it? I hope so,” one woman wrote, agreeing shortly after: “Cut it! Love it so much! Bring it back!”
Amanda also starred in BBC One’s Wild at Heart, which aired from 2006 to 2012, and has been a judge of Britain’s Got Talent since her debut in 2007.
It came the next day Amanda was ridiculed by Jimmy Carr and Paddy McGuinness for “dropping his name” a famous friend on I Can See Your Voice.
When the actress appeared on New BBC One game showShe told the audience that Andrew Lloyd Webber gave her some advice.
Giving her advice to the two new contestants, Amanda introduced her best friend Andrew before hosting the show. Paddy, 47 years old, started chain of brutal mockery.
“Andrew Lloyd Webber once told me,” she told the jury, when Paddy immediately shook his head and rolled his eyes, saying: “Oh, let’s get started.”
Comedian Jimmy, 48 years old, then took his chance to join, jokingly: “Come on, have a name – there’s a name that was missed so let’s find it.”
Laughter erupted from the audience and contestants as Amanda tried to keep control of the conversation.
“Me and Andy are like that”, she continued unhappily, crossing her fingers and looking unimpressed with the briefcases.
Despite the teasing, Amanda remained on the show, which was heralded as the BBC’s response to ITV’s The Masked Singer.
Last week, Amanda admired the fans of the show in her beautiful white clothes That shows her toned legs.
Dressed in a beautiful white short dress by designer David Koma, originally from Georgia but based in London, Amanda, opted for light makeup and straight hair in the middle.
The long-sleeved white dress had a clipping on her chest with beautiful silver trim.
Fans loved the show, saying it looked cool and she looked gorgeous.
“You look great and the show is interesting,” wrote one Twitter user.
Another added: “Can someone please tell me how old Amanda Holden is because she seems to be getting younger – again she looks very visually appealing #icanseeyourvoice.”
Her co-star is Alison Hammond credit Amanda by teaching her “sex appeal” but also laughing at the way she’s constantly being told “closed her legs”.
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“She has brought a lot of experience,” Alison told Notebook magazine. She didn’t really teach me about it but she did teach me how to expose my legs a little more! You know how to sit down and how to lift the hem a little. She taught me a bit about sex attraction! “
And she revealed that Amanda was constantly in trouble because she left her legs open on stage.
She added: “She kept having trouble opening her legs. They have to go on saying, ‘Amanda holds your feet!’ That really tickles me.
“But mostly it was our laughter, they were too loud. We are like laughing twins. And then you get Jimmy’s laugh. We sound awful together! We are like three horns ”.