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She always puts on a fashionable display and on Tuesday 30 March it was no different for Amanda Holden as she was spotted leaving the Global Studios in London after work.
The mum-of-two, who recently left little to the imagination in a Easter Bunny costume, was pictured walking through Leicester Square after finishing her Heart radio show.
Amanda, 50, flaunted her bronzed legs in a stylish outfit consisting of an oversized V-neck brown knitted vest and a white shirt-style dress.
She accessorised with a chunky gold necklace and wore a pair of strappy brown heels to match her jumper.
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The radio host kept the sunshine out of her face with some blacked out sunglasses and carried a chic nude designer bag.
She also went for a natural make-up look with a soft pink lip and had her locks straightened for the day.
Amanda's sighting comes after she was tipped to host a new BBC dating show after appearing as a contestant on Blind Date 30 years ago.
The television personality has reportedly signed a big-money deal with the BBC after being involved in secret talks with them.
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A source told the Daily Star on Sunday in February: "Execs are thrilled to have Amanda on board. She is perfect for a dating show because she has a great sense of humour.
"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."
At the age of 19 and before she found fame, Amanda, who recently defended pal Piers Morgan, appeared on Blind Date in the hopes of finding a partner, and now she's all set to do the same for others.
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The new BBC show will reportedly allow single women to pick from a group of a single men and anyone not chosen will be rejected through a trapdoor.
The insider continued: "The show won't take itself too seriously. It will be a good laugh.
"Producers want it to be perfect light entertainment the whole family can watch together."
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