AMANDA Holden left fans in stunned after she asked her co-stars to “unzip” her tight green dress on BBC’s I Can See Your Voice.
TV favourite Amanda, 51, looked sensational in a figure-hugging lime green midi frock on Saturday’s episode.
The BGT judge was joined by guest Steps’ Claire Richards and regular panellists Alison Hammond and Jimmy Carr.
After welcoming two guessers to the stage, host Paddy McGuinness asked them both what they did for work.
One of the contestants revealed that she was a doctor, which led to Amanda wanting to undress for a quick medical.
“Paddy, why don’t you ask her about your knee?” Amanda shouted out to the Take Me Out host.
Radio star Amanda then leaped up from her seat and joked: “Hang on, I tell you what, unzip this, I’ve got a bit of a rash.”
Comedian Jimmy then fiddled with his trouser flies and quipped that ” he “had one bigger than the other”.
BBC viewers were left in stitches at Amanda’s racy request.
One wrote: “Amanda Holden giving us the innuendos we want tonight. #ICanSeeYourVoice”
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Another posted: “Amanda is always on point with her outfits, that colour suits her and she’s leaving me in stitches tonight.”
This is not the first time that Amanda has surprised fans with her naughty remark.
After the first round, the Heart radio star was giving her feedback on the three acts who had just performed.
“I love gardening,” Amanda confessed, before surprising viewers with a racy admission.
I’ve got a lovely bush,” she said, before adding: “In my garden!”
She continued: “And I look after it, I tend to it, it’s really well-loved.”
Comedian Jimmy Carr piped up: “I heard you have a man in twice a week,” which left the audience in fits of laughter.
He then asked: “But you’re saying you take care of it yourself?”
Amanda reassured him: “I take care of it myself.”
I Can See Your Voice sees players confronted with a group of six mystery singers, identified only by their jobs.
Helped by a celebrity panel, two contestants are challenged to eliminate bad singers from the group without ever hearing them sing.