Amanda Holden has landed a new Channel 4 show and to celebrate, she posed in a sexy orange swimsuit in her garden.
The TV presenter, 50, looked sensational in the snap which showed off her incredible figure and celebrated the good news with a cocktail in hand.
The pretty blonde also wowed in a white ensemble, shared exclusively with MailOnline from behind-the-scenes of her top-secret programme with the channel.
Garden party: Amanda Holden displayed her endless pins in a sexy orange swimsuit as she reclined with a cocktail in hand after confirming she’s signed up for a new Channel 4 series
Be a tangerine dream like Amanda in a Jacquemus swimsuit
Nothing says summer quite like sunbathing with an Aperol Spritz in hand, right?
While the weather might not be nice enough to live out our summer fantasies quite yet, we can use this time to get prepped for when we finally can enjoy spending time outdoors!
Top of our wish list is this dreamy swimsuit spotted on Amanda Holden recently. It’s from luxury label Jacquemus and looks oh so chic on the radio presenter.
Jacquemus is a go to brand for the Fashion Pack and this swimsuit it sure to be spotted on more than a few Instagram feeds this summer.
We love the unique multi strap detailing and the bold tangerine colourway looks amazing against a tan!
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Wow! She looked sensational in a sleeveless white dress on Friday after she signed up for new Channel 4 series, MailOnline can reveal
Amanda put on a stylish display for the shoot on the secret project as she slipped into a sleeveless, white dress.
Adding a glamorous flair to her outfit, Amanda accessorised with a gold bracelet and cinched her outfit at the waist with a statement belt.
Her ensemble was cut high on the waist to highlight her slender legs, and she boosted her height in a pair of chic shoes.
Amanda styled her golden locks into loose waves that fell to her shoulders, and she used a light palette of make-up for the occasion.
Exciting: Her new venture means she’s become the first person to appear on all three channels after appearing on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent (pictured) and BBC’s I Can See Your Voice
New venture: According to reports on Friday, Amanda is in high demand and she is keen to work across all channels rather than be associated with just one
Reports on Friday claimed Amanda is in high demand and she is keen to work across all channels rather than be associated with just one.
A source told The Sun: ‘It’s a top-secret brand new show format and will take Amanda back to her TV roots, having started out on shows like Kiss Me Kate, Hearts and Bones and Cutting It in the Nineties.
‘Everyone wants a piece of Amanda right now. She’s become the golden girl of TV and radio over the last 12 months.
‘Amanda has never wanted a handcuffs deal from any one TV channel and it’s paid off because she’s going to be the first person to work across all three major UK channels.’
Busy: As well as her TV gigs, Amanda also presents the Heart Breakfast Show alongside Jamie Theakston every weekday
Last month, Amanda teased a new venture which could potentially be her Channel 4 show, as she posed for a snap and wrote: ‘Starting to film a fun new project today.’
Amanda is currently starring in the first season of I Can See Your Voice, while she is set to appear on the judging panel of the 15th season of BGT.
As well as her TV gigs, Amanda also presents the Heart Breakfast Show alongside Jamie Theakston every weekday.
In demand: A source said, ‘Amanda has never wanted a handcuffs deal from any one TV channel and it’s paid off because she’s going to be the first person to work across all three’
It was recently reported that Amanda will step into Cilla Black’s shoes and host her own version of Blind Date – 30 years after she appeared on the show looking for love herself.
The star is believed to be working with the BBC on the ‘special’ project, having hinted at the details in a recent interview.
‘It’s always been a dream of mine to have my own dating show, so I’m excited that I’m working on something special with the BBC at the moment,’ the media personality told Woman’s Own magazine.
Amanda, who was on Blind Date as a contestant in 1991 when she was 19, was rumoured to be in talks with BBC producers last month.
‘Everyone working on the show thinks she has the potential to be just like Cilla was years ago on Blind Date. There’s a lot of excitement about this.’
Projects: It was recently reported that Amanda will step into Cilla Black’s shoes and host her own version of Blind Date on BBC – 30 years after she appeared on the show
Source: Daily Mail