Amanda Holden has confessed she is "baffled" over the fuss her Britain's Got Talent dresses have caused over the last few weeks.

The 49-year-old, who has been a judge on the ITV show since 2006, appeared on the show on Saturday donning a racy dress which many viewers dubbed "see-through".

She looked as beautiful as ever as the long lace lingerie-style gown clung closely to her slender frame as it plunged down to reveal her cleavage.

However, Amanda was slammed by viewers who claimed it wasn't "appropriate" for a family TV show despite only flashing the flesh on her legs and arms.

Amanda says she's 'baffled' by the drama over her BGT dresses

Once again the dress sparked a series of Ofcom complaints with 136 people complaining to the TV watchdog about Amanda's attire.

However, Amanda didn't seem phased as she poked fun at the snowflakes who had got upset over her dress.

Taking to her official Instagram account, Amanda took to her story feature to share a stunning snap of her wearing the dress.

There was also another 136 complaints relating to Amanda Holden's outfit

She can be seen standing on the edge of the stage as she strikes a pose for the camera.

Amanda wrote over the snap: "Just to say this dress got a tiny 136 complaints out of the 896 we apparently got that night.

"I'm baffled why it's still going on."

She followed it up with a laughing emoji, the strength emoji and one of the British flag, along with "sexist" written across the snap.

Amanda's dress from a fortnight ago also received a lot of complaints

It comes after Amanda's dress from a fortnight ago sparked over 235 Ofcom complaints as viewers claimed they could see her nipples in her plunging dress.

While the beauty did flash the flesh and her cleavage, she kept her modesty the entire show as she oozed confidence and sex appeal in the revealing piece.

Ofcom has since confirmed to the Daily Mirror that it has received 277 complaints about Saturday night's show, with 235 of them aimed at Amanda's dress.