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Eurovision 2021: Amanda Holden exudes glamour in a sheer lilac ball gown

Eurovision 2021: Amanda Holden exudes glamour in a sheer lilac ball gown with feather-cuffed sleeves ahead of handing out the UK’s points

She’s known for her consistently flawless sense of style. 

And Amanda Holden was dolled up to the nines for the Eurovision song contest on Saturday night in a lilac ball gown with feather-cuffed sleeves. 

Taking to Instagram to pose in the shimmering statement dress while standing next to a giant ‘A’, the presenter, 50, joked: ‘A Holden – never knowingly understated’.  

Glamorous: Amanda Holden was dolled to the nines for the Eurovision song contest on Saturday night in a lilac ball gown with feather-cuffed sleeves

Amanda exuded glamour as she stood with her hand on her hip and looked coyly to the left in the breathtaking gown. 

The Britain’s Got Talent judge accentuated her curves in the black tie ensemble as the dress featured a chic ribbon belt at her waist.  

She wore her blonde tresses up in a stylish up-do and allowed her longer layers to fall around her face for the occasion.   

Looking flawless, Amanda donned a full face of makeup and beamed a smile as she worked her angles next to the huge ‘A’.  

'Never knowingly understated': Amanda oozed glamour in the breathtaking gown and wore her blonde tresses up in a stylish up-do

‘Never knowingly understated’: Amanda oozed glamour in the breathtaking gown and wore her blonde tresses up in a stylish up-do

At the competition, Amanda was charged with the responsibility of handing out the UK’s points to other competing countries. 

Beamed onto the broadcast in front of a green screen of Tower Bridge, Amanda said cheerfully: ‘This is London calling. What a fantastic show this evening. I’m Amanda Holden.

‘I love Eurovision. The drama, the excitement and all the wildly over the top camp outfits – and that’s just me!’ she joked. 

‘But now the exciting part. Our first votes are on the screen and the twelve points from the United Kingdom goes to France.’ 

'This is London calling': Amanda was charged with the responsibility of handing out the UK's points to other contestant countries at the competition

‘This is London calling’: Amanda was charged with the responsibility of handing out the UK’s points to other contestant countries at the competition

The UK’s Eurovision 2021 hopeful was James Newman, a 35-year-old BRIT award winner. 

However James, who donned a striped leather jacket as he sang his song Embers in front of the 3,500 fans at the arena, didn’t receive a single point in the competition.   

Earlier this week James was given odds of just 200/1 by Betfair to win the 65th annual Eurovision Song Contest. 

Instead it was the Italian band Maneskin who leaped for joy as they triumphed at the contest in the Netherlands after scooping a whopping 524 points. 

On several occasions during the show, host Graham Norton became emotional as he discussed the struggle people across the world have experienced as a result of Covid-19.

Opening the show he also began to feel emotional as he told to the UK audience: ‘Finally we are here. It’s a really emotional night. 

‘If I start blubbering at any time, apologies, because I am all over the place.

‘There is so much joy and celebration here that this contest is back on and we’re all here together tonight.’

Oh dear: The UK's Eurovision 2021 hopeful was James Newman, a 35-year-old BRIT award winner, however he didn't score a single point during the night

Oh dear: The UK’s Eurovision 2021 hopeful was James Newman, a 35-year-old BRIT award winner, however he didn’t score a single point during the night

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