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Amanda Holden proves less is more in a chic all-black ensemble as she leaves the Heart FM studios

Amanda Holden proves less is more in a chic all-black ensemble as she leaves the Heart FM studios

She always manages to turn heads on an outing. 

And Amanda Holden proved that less can be more as she stunned in a stylish all-black look to host the Heart FM Breakfast Show on Thursday. 

Exuding glamour, the 49-year-old presenter looked in high spirits as she sashayed out of the Global Radio studios. 

Chic and cheerful: Amanda Holden proved that less can be more as she stunned in a stylish all-black look to host the Heart FM Breakfast Show on Thursday

Wrapping up in the winter chill, Amanda flung a fitted black coat over her shoulders with a faux fur trim. 

Beneath, the presenter gave a nod to the Westerns with a laser-cut black blouse from Monsoon that she teamed with Zara flares. 

Boosting her petite frame, the mother-of-two donned a pair of pointed court heels and accessorised with a small cross body bag and shades.  

Loving life: Exuding glamour, the 49-year-old presenter looked in high spirits as she sashayed out of the Global Radio studios

Loving life: Exuding glamour, the 49-year-old presenter looked in high spirits as she sashayed out of the Global Radio studios

While Amanda will continue to entertain the nation with her morning radio show, the actress will not be returning to her judging role on Britain’s Got Talent this year as it has been scrapped amid the pandemic.  

On Wednesday, she appeared on Good Morning Britain where she spoke about the decision to cancel this year’s talent show which leaves ‘hundreds and hundreds’ unemployed. 

Amanda, who has been a judge on the show since 2007, spoke with GMB host Piers Morgan, who was one of Britain’s Got Talent’s original judges.

The TV presenter said that she believed it was the ‘right decision’ to cancel this year’s show although it was ‘difficult’ as it left so many people without jobs.

Yee-haw! Wrapping up in the winter chill, Amanda flung on a  fitted black coat with a faux fur trim and gave a nod to the Westerns with a laser-cut black blouse

Yee-haw! Wrapping up in the winter chill, Amanda flung on a  fitted black coat with a faux fur trim and gave a nod to the Westerns with a laser-cut black blouse

Amanda said: ‘It was a difficult one this year, for Amelia and all of the producers, because we have so many people that are now unemployed.

‘Behind the scenes, there are hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of them. 

‘So I think we were all trying to find a way around it, but for it to be done safely and with the fifth judge, which is everyone that watches, it’s a show that is impossible to do without an audience.

‘So I am really glad that was the decision that was made, it was the best option.’

It was announced last week that Britain’s Got Talent 2021 has been cancelled as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic prevents a live studio audience from being present.

The hit ITV talent show had already been postponed due to safety concerns and the restrictions brought about by tier systems and lockdowns. 

But after several weeks of speculation, it was finally confirmed that the show will not return to screens until 2022.

Bosses of the show said that despite the efforts of the teams at ITV, Thames and head judge Simon Cowell’s Syco, they were forced to call plans off.

Happier times: Amanda will not return to her judging role on Britain's Got Talent this year as it has been scrapped amid the pandemic (pictured with Simon Cowell Alesha Dixon and David Walliams at the 2018 final)

Happier times: Amanda will not return to her judging role on Britain’s Got Talent this year as it has been scrapped amid the pandemic (pictured with Simon Cowell Alesha Dixon and David Walliams at the 2018 final) 

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