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Amanda Holden’s wardrobe malfunction caught the eye of many at the Global Gift Gala on Thursday night.
The photographers got a little more than they can handle, when the 48-year-old TV personality of the dress, it turned out to be a lot of press for the London event.
While the neckline was obviously a very risky move on the actress’ part, She did not let the accident stop her from rocking the red carpet. Instead, it’s “Britain’s Got Talent’ judge has worked with many different angles to onlooking photographers as well served to be one of the most interesting looks of the night.
BRITAIN S GOT TALENT S AMANDA HOLDEN’S DRESS IS EVIDENCE OF COMPLAINTS IS TOO REVEALING FOR A FAMILY SHOW
Amanda Holden’s dress reveals a little too much time in London, the Global Gift Gala on Nov.r 17, 2019 at the latest.
The pink, pink, pink dress, with a slit around the Health of the upper thigh area, in the ownership of the TELEVISION host’s penchant for controversy when it comes to fashion.
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She Ran across the rocks for a different angle on the red carpet.
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In fact, this is not the first time that She has to cause controversy with her clothes.
In 2017, when She received a 683 a formal complaint and for the appointment of a Julien McDonald dress, which have been characterized by a dangerous plunging neckline. Viewers took their complaints to Ofcom, the BRITISH equivalent of the Federal Communications Commission to voice their concerns.
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Ofcom said in a statement to the BBC that he recognized the dress, it had the potential to offend some viewers, while some, it is a family show, but the dress would not have exceeded the majority of viewers ‘ expectations.” As a result, Ofcom ruled they would not be investigating the complaints.