Amanda Holden, 52, finally speaks out about Andrew Tate’s harsh criticism of her revealing photos.

Amanda Holden, 52, finally speaks out about Andrew Tate’s inflammatory comments regarding her explicit photos, explaining why she REFUSES to respond in kind.For Mailonline, Ciara Farmer has written. Last modified at 4:50AM EDT on September 1, 2023.

Amanda Holden has now spoken out about how she resisted the need to respond to Andrew Tate’s criticism of her racy photos.The Heart FM hostess, 52, received a harsh response from the ex-Big Brother participant, dubbed “the king of toxic masculinity,” when she posted a steamy image of herself taking a shower by the pool in a seductive black bikini in July.Tate, 36, who is presently under house arrest in Bucharest on sex trafficking accusations, responded to Amanda’s tweet showing her snap by saying, “You are a wife and a mother and you’re far past a teenager.”

The purpose of this thread has been fulfilled.The TV and radio actress, who is married to Chris Hughes and the mother of their daughters Lexi, 17, and Hollie, 11, said, “Honestly, I had another shot of me in a bikini with just a close-up of my bum…” in an interview with The Telegraph.Initially, I was going to write, “Kiss my 52-year-old a**e,” as the caption. But you know that kind of behavior will go on and on; why give him the air to breathe, really?

In another part of the interview, Amanda says she has no plans to cover up ‘anytime soon’ despite earlier criticism of her revealing clothing choices.The stunning woman stated that she only dresses for herself and has no plans to adopt a more demure style any time soon.When Amanda wore a plunging gown to the 2020 edition of the UK talent competition, she received 235 complaints to Ofcom.When asked if she plans to hide her face, Amanda replied, “Absolutely not!”

Because I only care about how I look, I never let anyone else’s opinions influence what I wear.And if you ever see me in a Victorian swimming suit, it’s because my drawers have finally given out and I’ve decided that today is the day I’m going to start covering up.’Honestly, I can’t see that happening any time soon, dear,’ she continued.However, Amanda dismissed his comments with a laugh, explaining that she is now past the point in her life when she cares about the opinions of others.

The host discussed how, in her opinion, women are still judged more harshly than men, referencing the stereotype that if a woman sleeps with several guys, “she’s a sl*t,” but a man who does the same is called a “playboy.” Amanda made it clear at the premiere of this season’s BGT on ITV that she is not interested in receiving any complaints from viewers about her revealing wardrobe choices.

Amanda had previously told MailOnline that critics of her fashion sense have “too much time on their hands,” thereby dismissing any past criticism.Amanda claims that Bruno Tonioli, 67, has no qualms about flaunting his dancer’s physique now that he’s a member of the judging panel.To which he said, “This is the problem, everyone talks about my t**s and his are out all the time,” she joked.

Please don’t file any complaints against me with Ofcom this year.As for his co-star, Bruno defended her by adding, “If you’ve got it, flaunt it!” I don’t get all of this griping. She’s a stunning beauty.When Amanda walked out on stage in a plunging navy gown during the 2020 season, some viewers complained to Ofcom that the show was inappropriate for children.

Six hundred sixty-three people contacted the regulator about the star’s exposing dress, making it one of the most complained about TV moments of 2017.After confessing days earlier that she was collecting complaints once again, the presenter donned the controversial £11,250 dress by Julien Macdonald, prompting the question: “Will people be complaining to Ofcom?” I certainly hope so.Joking about how much attention her breasts and provocative costumes attract, Amanda previously said that they need their own representation and will be going on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories.The girls, she continued, “are already well-known on their own, so I’m thinking they need separate representation to me.” Next year, they won’t need me because they’ll be producing Piers Morgan’s Life Stories on their own.

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