Amanda Holden puts on a leggy display in cover art for her new album 

Amanda Holden displays her endless pins in a gorgeous satin dress as she takes centre stage in cover art for her long-awaited album

By Rianne Addo For Mailonline

Published: 20:58 BST, 25 September 2020 | Updated: 21:00 BST, 25 September 2020

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She juggles her radio hosting role on Heart FM with her judging stint on Britain's Got Talent.

And Amanda Holden proved there's no rest for the wicked as she revealed her album Songs From The Heart is set for release next week.

In a sizzling image shared to Instagram on Friday, the presenter, 49, turned up the heat as she raised her legs in the air in cover art for her upcoming LP. 

There's no stopping her! Amanda Holden proved there's no rest for the wicked as she revealed her album Songs From The Heart is set for release next week in an Instagram post on Friday

There's no stopping her! Amanda Holden proved there's no rest for the wicked as she revealed her album Songs From The Heart is set for release next week in an Instagram post on Friday

The host, who uploaded behind the scenes for the shoot back in February, looked sensational as she slipped into a cream satin gown, complete with a plunging neckline. 

Promoting her project, the media personality captioned the image: 'Songs From My Heart is out a week today!

'It's a collection of my favourite musical and film sound tracks, what's your favourite song from the album?'

Working it: The presenter, 49, turned up the heat as she raised her legs in the air in cover art for her upcoming LP (pictured behind-the-scenes for the shoot in February)

Working it: The presenter, 49, turned up the heat as she raised her legs in the air in cover art for her upcoming LP (pictured behind-the-scenes for the shoot in February)

Radiant: The host looked sensational as she slipped into a cream satin gown, complete with a plunging neckline

Radiant: The host looked

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