Amanda Holden, 52, insists ‘hoo-ha’ over racy outfits is ‘ridiculous’ as she defiantly says: ‘If they want to talk about my t*ts then bring it on!’

She’s known for turning heads with her risqué outfits and has received hundreds of Ofcom complaints over her racy wardrobe. 

But Amanda Holden has insisted the ‘hoo-ha’ surrounding them as ‘absolutely ridiculous’ as she defiantly said ‘If they want to talk about my t*ts then bring it on.’

The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 52, who is currently fronting new documentary Sex: A Bonkers History explained how the female form was appreciated in centuries ago and society is now more prudish than ever. 

She previously sparked 235 Ofcom complaints during the 2020 series of the talent show when she wore a plunging gown. 

But speaking in new interview with The Sun, Amanda explained: ‘The Victorians, I think, were to blame — in their eyes everything became more sexualised than it was meant to be.’ 

Hitting back: Amanda Holden, 52, has insisted the ‘hoo-ha’ surrounding her racy outfits is ‘absolutely ridiculous’ as she defiantly said ‘If they want to talk about my t*ts then bring it on’

She continued: ‘It’s crazy that when you think of the hoo-ha around some of my outfits now, we’re still there. It’s absolutely ridiculous that it’s still going on in an era when we really think that we are ahead of the game.

‘But as I always say when we talk about Britain’s Got Talent, I’m 52 — if they want to still talk about my t*ts then bring it on!’

Starring alongside Dan Jones for new Sky History series Sex: A Bonkers History, Amanda explores how sexual behaviours through the ages have shaped civilisations. 

Amanda previously insisted that she didn’t want any Ofcom complaints over her racy outfits on this year’s series of the ITV talent show – which wrapped in June. 

The judge sparked thousands of complaints to the regulator from viewers outraged over her revealing dresses on the live shows.

But Amanda dismissed the criticism, telling MailOnline those who take issue with her sartorial choices have ‘too much time on their hands’.

She joked: ‘This is the problem, everyone talks about my t**s and his are out all the time. No Ofcom complaints about me this year please!’

Bruno also defended his co-star, saying: ‘If you’ve got it, flaunt it! I don’t understand this complaining. She’s a beautiful woman.’

Changes: The judge, who is fronting new documentary Sex: A Bonkers History explained how the female form was appreciated centuries ago but now we are more prudish than ever

Changes: The judge, who is fronting new documentary Sex: A Bonkers History explained how the female form was appreciated centuries ago but now we are more prudish than ever

Speaking out: She previously sparked 235 Ofcom complaints during the 2020 series of the talent show when she wore a plunging gown

Speaking out: She previously sparked 235 Ofcom complaints during the 2020 series of the talent show when she wore a plunging gown

'Ridiculous': But speaking in new interview with The Sun, Amanda explained: 'The Victorians, I think, were to blame ¿ in their eyes everything became more sexualised than it was'

‘Ridiculous’: But speaking in new interview with The Sun, Amanda explained: ‘The Victorians, I think, were to blame — in their eyes everything became more sexualised than it was’ 

Amanda previously sparked 235 Ofcom complaints during the 2020 series when she arrived on stage in a plunging navy gown some thought was inappropriate for a family show.

Another revealing outfit the star donned became one of the most complained about TV moments of 2017, with 663 viewers contacting the regulator over it.

Joking about how much attention her breasts and racy ensembles get, Amanda previously quipped that they need their own representation and will be going on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories.

She said: ‘I am seriously thinking my girls need separate representation to me, because they are known on their own. They don’t need me, they’re going to go off and do Piers Morgan’s Life Stories on their own next year!’ 

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