Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden said goodbye to 2020 in a spectacular fashion on New Year’s Eve, knocking back champagne – while topless – in her hot tub

Amanda Holden has potentially broken the internet with her farewell to 2020, posing topless in a pair of signature bikini briefs.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, could be seen holding up a glass of bubbly as she said cheers to the New Year, her back to the camera.

Having ditched her bikini top, Amanda’s black swimming briefs were emblazoned with the words “bye bye 2020” across her rear.

Her face tilted to one side, Amanda’s bare back was in full view as she soaked her legs in the swish outdoor tub.

In her caption, the mum-of-two made a nod to her rear end, writing: “Bottoms up.”

Unsurprisingly, the photo was inundated with messages from her celeb mates and swarms of fans, as they gushed over the topless display.

One said: “A little bit cheeky!”

“Enjoy your hot tub and champagne happy New year to you and your family hope it’s a good one,” wrote a second.

And a third, who had been rendered almost speechless, added: “Wow.”

It’s been a spectacular year for the BGT judge, who released her first chart-topping solo album several months ago.

Released on October 2, Songs From The Heart saw Amanda belt out tracks such as With You and I Dreamed A Dream.

Soon after, Amanda was crowned the only British female soloist to have her debut release chart in the Official Albums Chart Top 40 this year.

The TV personality even treated BGT viewers to a performance, singing before millions of viewers that same month.

Reflecting on the act, she said at the time: “The song was my for my girls.

“Singing live in front of the judges & team behind scenes who I’ve worked with for 15 was the most nerve wracking thing I’ve ever done!”

Following the success of her debut album, are more chart-toppers on the horizon for 2021?

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