Amanda Holden made all eyes on her as she made her way to the good London radio studios on Friday.
The 49-year-old slipped into a 325 pound white flared jumpsuit by Nadine Merabi who had a corseted detail of the neckline.
She wore a gold clutch bag and barely wore them, adding nude sandals a few inches to her height.
All in white: Amanda Holden looked sensational in a flared corset jumpsuit as she headed to Smooth Radio Studios on Friday for the Global Kickoff, to Make a Noise Call Charity
Chic: Nadine Merabi members of the Hailey jumpsuit is made from shimmering velvet covered with fabric in delicate, hand embroidered with sequins and metallic thread embroidery
According to the brand’s website, the Hailey White jumpsuit is made from shimmering velvet covered with fabric in delicate, hand-embroidered sequins and metallic thread, embroidery.
They add that the detail of the piece creates a strong allure impact, with a bust frame, to give structure and compliment your shape.
Amanda, as well as co-host of Jamie Theakston A.A., 49, is dressed in white for the Global Kick Off, Make a Noise Day.
She does her bit: Amanda, as well as co-host of Jamie Theakston A, 49, is dressed in white for the Global kickoff, at Making a Noise Day, raising funds for people hardest hit by coronavirus in our communities
Sharing photos of her look on Instagram Stories, Amanda wrote; ‘# Today morning is @globals_make_some_noise day.
‘Lots of nominations for inc #wedding dress #billets for #BritishGrandprix 2021 (thank you @ davidcoulthardf1 ❤️) and your little one could have a party sorted by @dazzleandfizz.’
Jamie himself was dressed to impress in a white suit and light shirt for the occasion.
Shady lady: She wore big sunglasses for the outing that suited her perfectly
Charity: The Make a Noise Auction is part of a star-studded Global Aid charity auction, to Make Noise Emergency Call
The Make Some Noise auction is part of a star-studded Global Aid charity auction, to Make Noise from an Emergency Call.
It raises money for those most affected by coronavirus in our communities.
Make Noise have also collaborated with the fashion brand Very to produce a special series of charity T-shirt.
Many celebrities have donated an incredible amount of money that cannot buy prizes for the cause, including Katy Perry, Stormzy, Little Mix and Ed Sheeran.
Company Two: Once inside, she laid a socially distant snap with Ashley Roberts, who wore incredible satin pajamas together
Mirror, mirror: Amanda and Jamie Theakston wore it matching sets to promote good cause