Amanda Holden was all smiles on Wednesday as she stepped out of Heart Studios after taping her breakfast show.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 52, went braless in a deep mint green top, which she paired with a matching cardigan.
Amanda looked very cheerful as she added a leather skirt with a sexy split on her thigh and paired the classy ensemble with heels and a Gucci bag.
She happily waved to the cameras, clearly unfazed by the previous night’s events – where Eurovision presenter Hannah Waddingham cracked a joke at her expense.
Meanwhile, Amanda put on a bold display on Wednesday morning and remained unfazed by the comments.
All smiles: Amanda Holden, 52, was beaming as she left Heart Breakfast Radio Studios on Wednesday morning
Icon: Hannah Waddingham was labeled as the standout presenter of the Eurovision Song Contest semifinal as she delighted fans with her humor and hidden talents
She was also joined by her co-host Ashley Roberts, who stunned in a silk blouse, tan leather skirt and nude heels.
The former Pussycat Doll, 41, styled her blonde locks with bangs as she looked sensational in the look with its neutral tones.
Hannah was labeled the standout host of Tuesday’s show as she delighted fans with her wit and hidden talents.
Together with Alesha Dixon and the Ukrainian singer Julia Sanina, she presented the first semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest.
The Ted Lasso star, 48, sent viewers into hysterics when she made a cheeky dig at Amanda – who awarded points on behalf of the United Kingdom at the 2021 ceremony.
At the time, Amanda came under fire for making an awkward joke while presenting, joking that she didn’t know the difference between French and Dutch, with shocked viewers labeling her as “arrogant.”
Hannah appeared to refer to the blunder as she took on presentation duties and explained the voting rules for the semi-final in perfect French before emphatically saying, “You see Europe, some of us Brits do take the trouble to learn another language.” to learn.’
Viewers quickly picked up on the light, writing on Twitter: ”Hannah Waddingham throws Amanda Holden under Le bus, quality shadow #Eurovision’;
Stepping Out: Amanda turned heads when she went braless in a deep mint green top
Looking good: Amanda added a matching cardigan, as well as a leather skirt with a sexy slit, showing off her toned leg
Upbeat Mood: Amanda was all smiles as she clearly hadn’t let the brutal dig get her down
Stunning: Amanda opted for black heels, which added inches to her enviable frame
Fashionable company: Meanwhile, her Heart Breakfast co-host Ashley Roberts looked chic in a tan leather skirt
Elegant: The former Pussycat Doll, 41, donned a silk blouse and styled her blonde locks with bangs
Hannah Waddingham’s French somewhat makes up for Amanda Holden’s existence. Great start Liverpool. #Eurovision2023′; HANNAH WADDINGHAM SHADOWS AMANDA HOLDEN.
‘Hannah Waddingham is already throwing shade at Amanda Holden?! I love her so much!!!! #Eurovision’
“I still laugh at Hannah throwing Amanda Holden under the bus. #Eurovision #Eurovision2023′; “Hannah shadows Amanda Holden, you like to see it #songfestival.”
Not only did Hannah devastate fans with her comments, but also left viewers in awe with her incredible singing voice.
The West End star was taught how to ‘rock’ by co-host Julia and let loose with a perfectly tuned high note while pretending to play air guitar.
The moment set Twitter on fire, with fans tweeting, “Hannah Waddingham shows off not only her insane air guitar skills, but also her unreal singing voice”;
‘Hannah Waddingham casually singing all the real Eurovision contestants by hitting that high note is such a sexy flex #Eurovision2023’; ‘This is Hannah Waddingham’s world right now and we’re just living in #Eurovision’;
‘This year’s Eurovision Song Contest is all about Hannah Waddingham!’; Hannah Waddingham is the perfect Eurovision presenter. Classy, funny and completely in the spirit of the event.’
Oh dear: The Ted Lasso star, 48, left viewers hysterical when she made a cheeky dig at Amanda Holden – who awarded points on behalf of the UK at the 2021 ceremony
On Tuesday evening, 15 countries performed at the M&S Bank arena in part one of two semi-finals for a chance to qualify for Saturday’s grand final.
Ten acts made it with the Finnish favorite Kaarija and the Swedish former winner Loreen, who triumphed in 2012 with her hit Euphoria, also secured a place.
However, there was heartbreak for Ireland, Malta, Latvia, the Netherlands and Azerbaijan who were out of the running for Eurovision 2023.
The stadium was lit up by a series of wacky, moving and colorful acts, as King Charles, Queen Camilla and the late Paul O’Grady starred in an opening video to kick off the show.
The 10 acts that made it were; Croatia, Moldova, Switzerland, Finland, Czech Republic, Israel, Sweden, Serbia, Portugal and Norway.
In a rule change this year, the decision on who advances is entirely up to the public, with national juries having their say during Saturday’s final.
31 countries will compete in two semi-finals, 10 of which will advance to the grand final.
Last year’s winner, Ukraine, automatically advanced to the grand final, along with the big five, consisting of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.
The semifinals of the Eurovision Song Contest take place over two days and feature a range of performances, including from Eurovision legends and Ukrainian and British stars.
For the first time in the history of the British Eurovision Song Contest, both semifinals will be presented live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
Radio DJs Scott Mills and Rylan will provide the UK audience with their colorful commentary, while Alesha, Julia and Hannah host the semi-final at the M&S Bank Arena.
Amazing trio: Hannah joined forces with Alesha Dixon and Ukrainian singer Julia Sanina to present the first semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest
There is also a dedicated commentary team on BBC Radio Merseyside, including Claire Sweeney and the winner of the talent show The Voice of Eurovision, who are currently on the lookout for new Liverpool talent.
This year’s grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest has the royal seal of approval. On a visit to the venue, the Liverpool Arena, the King told British contestant Mae Muller that he would ‘watch with great interest’ and ‘prod her on’. ‘Thank you. No pressure,” she joked.
At last year’s contest, held in Italy, the UK had their strongest entry in years with Sam Ryder’s Space Man, but no one begrudged the Ukrainians their victory with Kalush Orchestra’s exuberant Stefania.
For the big closing commentary on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, Graham Norton and comedian Mel Giedroyc will take turns in the commentary box to give viewers at home their unique and expert opinion on the acts of 2023.
The next semi-final will take place on Thursday (May 11) before the Grand Final on Saturday (May 13).