Amanda Holden looks elegant in a fuschia silk dress as he heads to work at Heart FM

Amanda Holden exudes elegance as her silk fuchsia dress blows in the wind on her way to work at Heart FM


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She always pulls out all the styles.

And Amanda Holden looked effortlessly elegant in a fuchsia silk dress as she left for work at Heart FM on Thursday.

The TV and radio star, 50, turned heads when her bright pink dress billowed in the wind as she walked.

Stunning: Amanda Holden looked effortlessly elegant in a fuchsia silk dress as she left for work at Heart FM on Thursday

Stunning: Amanda Holden looked effortlessly elegant in a fuchsia silk dress as she left for work at Heart FM on Thursday

Amanda nailed the mid-season style by teaming the colorful asymmetric dress with ruffle hem with an indigo denim jacket.

She walked confidently down the street in a pair of tan heeled sandals, beaming at the onlookers along the way.

The TV personality wore a pair of large gold hoop earrings and completed her look with dark aviator glasses.

Amanda looked stunning and accentuated her natural beauty with a dab of pink lipstick while making the most of the sun for work.

Notable Attention: The TV and radio star turned heads when her bright pink dress billowed in the breeze as she walked

Notable Attention: The TV and radio star turned heads when her bright pink dress billowed in the breeze as she walked

Notable Attention: The TV and radio star turned heads when her bright pink dress billowed in the breeze as she walked

Amanda nailed the mid-season style by teaming the colorful asymmetric dress with ruffle hem with an indigo denim jacket

Amanda nailed the mid-season style by teaming the colorful asymmetric dress with ruffle hem with an indigo denim jacket

Amanda nailed the mid-season style by teaming the colorful asymmetric dress with ruffle hem with an indigo denim jacket

The outing comes after Amanda recently revealed she can’t feel her face after having wisdom teeth removed four years ago.

“I can’t feel anything!” she said The mirror on Monday, talking about the procedure that left her with seemingly lasting side effects.

“I can’t feel anything from here to here,” Amanda told the publication, referring to the left side of her lower lip and jaw, after all four wisdom teeth were extracted.

Step out: She walked confidently down the street in a pair of tanned heeled sandals and beamed at the onlookers as she glimpsed her legs in the side split skirt

Step out: She walked confidently down the street in a pair of tanned heeled sandals and beamed at the onlookers as she glimpsed her legs in the side split skirt

Step out: She walked confidently down the street in a pair of tanned heeled sandals and beamed at the onlookers as she glimpsed her legs in the side split skirt

The NHS lists pain and mild bruising that can last up to 2 weeks as side effects, and complications such as dry sockets, nerve damage, infection, swelling and bleeding.

But Amanda seems to be among the one in 200 patients who have lasting after-effects.

“The numbness is on the side with the tooth that pops out very easily. I’ve had scans of it and they showed the nerve wasn’t damaged, so they think the feeling may come back. But it’s been over 18 months now so I’m not sure if it will happen to be honest. It’s bizarre, but you get used to it,” she explained.

She also explained, “I have TMJ. I don’t even know what it stands for, but it has something to do with your jaw and I have it.’

Finishing touch: The TV personality was complemented by a pair of large gold hoop earrings and completed her look with dark aviator glasses

Finishing touch: The TV personality was complemented by a pair of large gold hoop earrings and completed her look with dark aviator glasses

Finishing touch: The TV personality was complemented by a pair of large gold hoop earrings and completed her look with dark aviator glasses

“Most people who have it grind their teeth, but not me. Instead, I have a habit of doing something that means I unknowingly tense a muscle in my neck and it causes me a headache at least once a week.

“It’s become like breathing and blinking – it’s a reflex and I do it automatically, without even thinking about it. I even do it when I get a massage.’

TMJ stands for Temporomandibular Joint Disorder and is often a symptom of stress.

“I can’t feel anything!” The outing comes after Amanda recently revealed she can’t feel her face after having wisdom teeth removed four years ago

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