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Saturday 22nd February 2020

Amanda Holden's 'shapely, understated' behind beats Holly Willoughby to win Rear Of The Year

She never hits a bum note!

She's recently been showing off her enviable figure during a family holiday and now Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden has collected an award for her booty-ful curves.

The Heart FM breakfast show DJ has beaten the likes of Holly Willoughby and Carol Vorderman to win the coveted Rear Of The Year title.

The competition's organiser Tony Edwards said Amanda's "understated rear" is a victory over the "fake" bottoms of American reality stars such as Kim Kardashian.

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Amanda claims the title off last year's winner Michelle Keegan.

Edwards revealed: "She has a particularly shapely, well-toned and, above all, proportionate and understated rear – in contrast to the somewhat exaggerated, fake, cosmetic look for bottoms recently imported from the USA."

She has a particularly shapely, well-toned, proportionate and understated rear.

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Tennis ace Andy Murray was named the male Rear Of The Year champion.

"Amanda and Andy’s celebrity rears represent perfect examples of today’s toned and firm gluteus maximus – with quality rather than quantity as the essential fashion keynote."

Amanda's "understated" behind has won Rear Of The Year (Credit: Splash News)

He added: “Biggest is rarely best when it comes to bottoms.”

Coming ahead of This Morning's Holly, previous winner Carol Vorderman, pregnant Rachel Riley and the Duchess of Sussex, Edwards revealed that Amanda amassed a whopping 12,000 online votes.

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He added: "Vegetarian Amanda obviously enjoys the support of an active fan base which seems to be regularly focused on her pert posterior, ensuring that she topped the voting for 2019.”

Amanda recently opened up about her body positive attitude, telling the Daily Mail: "Times have changed and I don't feel anyone should feel pressure to dress for your age. It's all about body positivity and feeling good."

She added: "I try not to think about age anymore when I'm dressing. My children don't bat an eyelid at what I wear and love borrowing my clothes."

It's been a good couple of weeks for Amanda. As well as winning praise for her behind, it was revealed that she is the highest-paid female TV star in the UK, again beating telly favourite Holly Willoughby.

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