AMANDA Holden has teased a new TV project to her social media fans, hinting she’s “returning to her roots” in acting.
The multi-talented 50-year-old, who has starred in TV dramas, talent shows and various soaps over the years, said she was “starting to film” something new.
Amanda looked sensational as she teased a new projectCredit: Instagram / Amanda Holden
Dressed in a chic white belted coat and pink suede heels, BGT star Amanda looked glamorous in the Instagram post.
She opted for a full face of makeup, including false eyelashes, gently shaped eyebrows and a nude lipstick to match her blush pink handbag.
“Starting to film a fun new project today,” she captioned the post, refusing to give any other details other that it went “#BackToMyRoots”.
Fans flooded the comment section to compliment the star, calling her “stunning” and “congratulating” her for her new venture.
She had fun trying on some outfits in a cute Instagram videoCredit: Instagram / Amanda Holden
Amanda showed off her dance moves in her snazzy shirt and trousers comboCredit: Instagram / Amanda Holden
“The outfit is outstanding,” one said as a second agreed: “You look so beautiful in white, absolutely stunning.”
“Congratulations in advance,” another added. “I can’t wait to find out what it is? I wonder if Cutting It is back?”
They weren’t alone in hoping the BBC One show, which aired from 2002 to 2005, was due to make a return, as many commented about their hopes.
“Cutting It? I hope so,” one woman wrote, as a second agreed: “Cutting It! Loved it so much! Please bring it back!”
Amanda starred in BBC show Wild at Heart from 2006 to 2012Credit: Rex Features
She has also been a judge on Britain’s Got Talent since its debut in 2007Credit: Rex
Fans said they hoped it would mean the return of Cutting ItCredit: BBC/Tim Bret Day
Amanda has also starred in BBC One’s Wild at Heart, which aired from 2006 to 2012, and has been a judge on Britain’s Got Talent since its debut in 2007.
It comes days after Amanda was mocked by Jimmy Carr and Paddy McGuinness for “name dropping” a famous pal on I Can See Your Voice.
As the actress made an appearance on the new BBC One game show, she told audiences that Andrew Lloyd Webber had offered her up some advice.
Offering up her advice to two new contestants, Amanda referred to her close pal Andrew before host Paddy, 47, began the chain of brutal mockery.
Amanda is a judge on new show I Can See Your VoiceCredit: BBC
“Andrew Lloyd Webber once said to me,” she told the panel, as Paddy immediately shook his head and rolled his eyes, saying: “Oh, here we go.”
Comedian Jimmy, 48, then took his opportunity to join in, joking: “Hang on, there’s a name – there’s a name that’s been dropped so let’s find it.”
Laughter erupted from the audience and the contestants as Amanda struggled to keep control of the conversation.
“Me and Andy are like that,” she continued undeterred, holding up her crossed fingers and looking unimpressed with the jibes.
Amanda has been in a whole host of TV shows throughout her careerCredit: instagram
Despite the teasing, Amanda has been settling into the show, which has already been heralded as the BBC’s response to ITV’s The Masked Singer.
Last week, Amanda wowed fans of the show in a stunning white ensemble that showed off her toned pins.
Donning a stunning white mini-dress from Georgian-born but London based designer, David Koma, Amanda opted for a understated makeup look and wore her straight hair in a middle part.
The long sleeve white dress, featured a cutout above her chest with a stunning silver embellishment.
Amanda has been a talent show judge since 2007Credit: Rex
Fans loved the show, saying it looked like fun to make and that she looked gorgeous.
“You look amazing and the show looks so much fun,” wrote one Twitter user.
Another added: “Can someone please tell me how old Amanda Holden is because she seems to be getting younger – once again she looks very visually attractive #icanseeyourvoice.”
Her co-star Alison Hammond credited Amanda with teaching her “sex appeal” but also laughed at how she kept getting told to “close her legs”.
Alison told Notebook magazine: “She brought a wealth of experience. She didn’t really teach me about that but she taught me how to show a bit more leg! You know sitting down and how to edge the skirt up a little bit. She taught me a bit about sex appeal!”
And she revealed how Amanda kept getting in trouble for opening her legs on the stage.
She added: “She kept getting in trouble for opening her legs. They had to keep saying, ‘Amanda keep your legs shut!’ That really tickled me.
“But mainly it was our laughs, they’re just so loud. We were like laugh twins. And then you’ve got Jimmy’s laugh. We sound horrendous together! We were like three horns.”