Amanda Holden put on a very leggy display when her silk robe gaped open in her latest social media post.

The 49-year-old shared a behind-the-scenes shot from Britain’s Got Talent, and passed the time in her dressing room by reading Ant and Dec’s new memoir.

Looking as glamorous as ever, the beauty covered up her top half in the racy garment, which exposed her toned, long pins.

Clutching the book in her hands, Amanda displayed her ageless beauty, as she oozed confidence in the sultry snap.

Amanda Holden put on a very leggy display in her latest Instagram post

Rocking mascara across her striking peepers, Amanda styled her blonde tresses into loose beach waves.

The mum-of-two is returning to the small screen as Britain’s Got Talent is set to begin its semi-finals on Saturday night.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, filming of the live semi-finals were put on hold, in keeping with the government’s regulations.

Amanda's revealing outfits on the show have caused controversy over the years

Judges Alesha Dixon, David Walliams, and Amanda will return to the judging panel, however Simon is a no-show after breaking his back.

The music mogul was testing out his new electric bike on his Malibu driveway when he fell off, and sustained life-threatening injuries.

With Simon stepping back from this series, Diversity's Ashley Banjo will be stepping into his shoes.

Ashley Banjo has stepped into Simon Cowell's shoes after he broke his back

Though he won’t be attending the filming of the Britain’s Got Talent live shows, Simon is relieved the show is going ahead, after it was plagued by uncertainty in the wake of the pandemic.

When asked whether he ever feared the show wouldn’t make it to air, he said: "Yeah, for a moment but then I thought, 'Where there’s a will, there’s a way'.

"I just thought that if we can talk to each other all over the world on something like Zoom then there must be a way for us to do the live shows," he told The Sun.

"I don’t want to give too much away but when you watch the semi-finals and final you’re going to see something you’ve never seen before, it’s very high tech. It’s been very stimulating putting the whole thing together."