Amanda Holden was seen smiling as she left her hotel for a day of filming for Britain's Got Talent in Manchester today.
The stars of the hit ITV show are currently in the midst of filming the latest season and were seen arriving at auditions at The Lowry, in Salford on Tuesday.
Blonde beauty Amanda flaunted her enviable pins in a form-fitting floor-length red dress with a thigh-high split, which she teamed with a matching red coat.
She wore a pair of sky-high red stilettos, while her hair was tied up into a classy ponytail.
The 51-year-old added to her glam look with a pair of oversized black sunglasses as she made her way to the auditions.
Meanwhile, her fellow co-judge Alesha Dixon looked equally as stylish in a light pink long-sleeved jumpsuit which had an open back detail.
The singer tied her hair up into a tight bun at the top of her head and rocked gigantic statement earrings. And just like Amanda, she also wore big, black sunglasses.
Just like previous years, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will be hosting the popular show. They also left the same hotel as the other stars this morning as they headed out for a day of filming.
Ant and Declan were side-by-side as they prepared for the auditions, dressed in all-black outfits.
Both were holding on to cups of coffee as they gave themselves a boost before filming started.
Leaving with Amanda was also new judge Bruno Tonioli, who stopped to wave at the cameras as he exited the Manchester hotel.
He wore some white trousers with a buttoned dark grey blazer and black scarf covering his shirt.
He also wore some black shoes and carried a black bag as he, just like the other judges, wore some sunglasses.
It was recently announced that Bruno would be taking over the role of the fourth judge on the show after David Walliams decided to leave after voice messages of him criticising contestants leaked to the public.
His comments were described as derogatory and sexist, and included calling one BGT contestant a "c**t" and saying about another: "She thinks you want to f**k her, but you don't."
David has since apologised for such remarks, labelling them as “disrespectful”.
“I would like to apologise to the people I made disrespectful comments about during breaks in filming for Britain's Got Talent in 2020,” the 51 year old wrote in November, after the news broke.
"These were private conversations and – like most conversations with friends – were never intended to be shared. Nevertheless, I am sorry."
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