AMANDA Holden revealed her secret wardrobe tip after hundreds of Britain’s Got Talent viewers complained to Ofcom about her sensational dresses.
The star said she covered her nipples in make-up so they wouldn’t show through her sheer gowns on the ITV show.
Bombshell Amanda and her plunging gowns were the talk of Twitter and one viewer even insisted she had “forgotten her dress” after she donned a lace number with a thigh high split for the show’s semi-final.
Another suggested she had nipped down to a lingerie shop before the semi-final last weekend.
But when the eye-catching look flashed up on screen on Good Morning Britain today Amanda, 49, shared her trick that ensured she wouldn’t expose herself.
Speaking to presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, the star called her boobs her “girls” as she remarked: “That dress was double lined.
“And I had make-up on the girls, so nothing was coming through.”
Piers, who has been the subject of Ofcom complaints himself over his GMB interviews, later said: “If Ofcom complaints decided what happened on telly I wouldn’t be here and you wouldn’t be there.
“People just complaining because they feel uncomfortable, well that’s not enough.”
In the previous episode of BGT, Amanda’s sexy outfit sent fans into a tizzy as they questioned whether the star had suffered a wardrobe malfunction.
Amanda laughed at the complaints and said in another recent chat: “I can see what people think…
“I was more insulted that people thought I had either huge saucepan nipples or nipples over my cleavage.
“I am seriously thinking my girls (boobs) 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!”
The judge gave a stunning performance of Sweeney Todd’s Not While I’m Around from her new hit album Songs From My Heart, which has been selling out on Amazon following its release earlier this month.
The album had been a labour of love over several years, and sees her perform her favourite tracks from the West End stage, as well as a duet with Sheridan Smith.