Amanda Holden shows off her bronzed legs in 'Marilyn Monroe moment' after revealing she can't feel her face

By Katie Fitzpatrick

Amanda Holden dazzled fans as she showed off her glowing tan in a white dress.

The Britain's Got Talent judge channelled the movie icon Marilyn Monroe in a floaty frock as she filmed a clip for her Instagram while at work at Heart FM.

She paid homage to the Hollywood screen goddess and her famous dress from the the 1955 film The Seven Year Itch as she wrote: "It's Marilyn Monroe kinda day."


In a clip shared on her Instagram Stories Amanda, 50, twirled in her look-alike glam summer dress from Reiss.

The mother-of-two shared to her Instagram Stories a slow motion clip as she picked up the skirt of her dress and twirled for the camera.

Amanda's 'Marilyn' moment (Amanda Holde/Instagram)

She teamed the dress white strappy heels and a pair of hoop earrings.

And the look was accessorised with her tan from her recent family holiday to Corfu.

She was on top form after revealing to the Mirror that she can't feel her face after having her wisdom teeth removed two years ago.

Since then she's lost all sensation in left side of her bottom lip and part of her jaw.

Amanda, who is starring with comedian Keith Lemon in the E4 mockumentary The Holden Girls: Mandy and Myrtle, recently shared snaps of her time on the Greek island.

"Bye bye beautiful #corfu .. I will miss your endless blue skies, your clear turquoise waters , your generous warmth..and mostly the feeling of living normally again," she wrote as she shared a picture of herself looking out to sea with a cooling drink.

As she shared a photo of herself in a sunshine yellow bikini Kerry Katona gasped: "Omg lend me your body for the day!!!!"

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