You SHALL go to the ball! Amanda Holden changes out of her Cinderella costume and into a slinky minidress... after joking that her Fairy Godmother look was 'something for the dads'

She's already joked that the Fairy Godmother in the Cinderella pantomime is 'something for the dads.'

But Amanda Holden looked yet more sultry as she changed out of her stage costume for the opening night after party on Wednesday night.

The 45-year-old actress stunned in a slinky ruby mini that shimmered and cut-off mid thigh revealing her toned pins at the London Palladium bash. 

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Sizzling! Amanda Holden delivered when she rocked a high shine dress at the theater in London on Wednesday night

The Britain's Got Talent judge extended her svelte frame with jazzy gold open toed shoes as she enjoyed champagne following her performance.

With her golden tresses sported straight with a middle part, the blonde bombshell wore a striking red lip with a heavily marked eye to accentuate her striking features. 

Amanda is starring as the Fairy Godmother in the beloved pantomime - having taken on the role of Cinderella twenty years ago in one of her first acting jobs.

Familiar show: She stars as the Fairy Godmother in the beloved pantomime - having taken on the role of Cinderella twenty years ago in one of her first acting jobs

Short and hot: The 45-year-old actress stunned in a ruby mini that shimmered and cut mid thigh revealing her toned pins at the London Palladium

Leg for days: The blonde bombshell extended her svelte frame with jazzy gold open toed shoes as she enjoyed champagne following her performance

Minimalist look: With her golden tresses sported straight with a middle part, the blonde bombshell wore a striking red lip with a heavily marked eye to accentuate her striking features

The Britain's Got Talent judge appears alongside a star-studded cast - including Paul O'Grady as the Wicked Stepmother, Julian Clary as Dandini, as well as Nigel Havers, Paul Zerdin and Lee Mead.

The fun-loving blonde appeared on This Morning to talk about the exciting show, and confessed she will be bringing a saucy twist to the iconic panto role.

Sitting with hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, she said: 'It's an extravaganza, it doesn't feel like a pantomime, it's a musical.

Among the greats: The Britain's Got Talent judge appears alongside a star-studded cast - including Paul O'Grady as the Wicked Stepmother, Julian Clary as Dandini, as well as Nigel Havers, Paul Zerdin and Lee Mead

Pretty in pink: The fun-loving blonde appeared on This Morning to talk about the exciting show, and confessed she will be bringing a saucy twist to the iconic panto role

Sitting with hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, she said: 'It's an extravaganza, it doesn't feel like a pantomime, it's a musical

On the stage: Lee Mead and Natasha J Barnes took part in what is being called a Christmas musical

Star studded: The opening night saw Julian Clary, Lee Mead, Natasha J Barnes and  Paul O'Gradytake the stage

Man in drag: Paul O'Grady was up to his own tricks

'I did panto when I first left drama school 20 years ago, I was Cinderella, I'm way too old to play that girl now.'

She added that Cher's costume designer has been working on her multiple looks, which will feature heavily throughout:

'I've got loads of costumes. My dress gets ripped off and I do a huge tap dance in the middle of it, it's not your usual fairy godmother - something for the dads!'

'I did panto when I first left drama school 20 years ago, I was Cinderella, I'm way too old to play that girl now'

Dazzling: She added that Cher's costume designer has been working on her multiple looks, which will feature heavily throughout

The mum of two explained that she wrestled with the idea of working over Christmas when deciding to take the part but ultimately decided it would be a once in a lifetime experience for her whole family.

'Another reason for doing it is my girls, they're still into dolls, fairies and Christmas. My entire dressing room looks like Santa's grotto so they're with me every single day

'I've had to really steel myself to do it. but it's one Christmas and all my family are coming to London to see it so we've booked lots of meals out.' 

The mum of two explained that she wrestled with the idea of working over Christmas when deciding to take the part but ultimately decided it would be a once in a lifetime experience for her whole family

Girls night: TV presenter Angela Griffin (left) , Amanda Holden (center), actress Tamzin Outhwaite (center) and actress  Nicola Stephenson have a grand time

Heading home: After the after party, the leggy lady was seen stumbling out via the back door

Leggy lady: She added a pair of towering silver sandals to elongate her legs

Clutching her phone: She was holding tightly to her phone on the way out

Signing autographs: Cliff Richard was seen exiting with Gloria Hunniford

Heading home: Cliff was in particularly high spirits after his theatre trip

Wahoo: He held his ticket up, as he shared his excitement over the show

All that glitters: Honey G put on her best glittery cap bomber jacket, shoes and a cap for the occasion

 

 

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