Amanda Holden looked beautiful last night (Friday, October 1) when she celebrated Walt Disney World's 50th anniversary at celeb-filled event in London, that she hosted.
The glamorous beauty wore a floor-length fishtail gown, in the most gorgeous lemon-hue – a shade that resembled Belle's famous dress from Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
She donned a bouncy blow dry and a glamorous makeup look, complete with a glossy nude lip and delicate jewellery.
The event took place at Tobacco Dock in central London, and the 50-year-old star was joined by many famous faces which included a host of celebrities and loved-up couples including The Saturday's Frankie and her husband Wayne Bridge, and JLS' Aston Merrygold and his fiancé Sarah Louise Richards.
Amanda took to Instagram to share some snaps of her outfit and glamorous look, and penned a caption to accompany the two snaps that read: "Hosting something exciting for @disneyparksuk this evening. #DisneyWorld50 #DreamsReallyDoComeTrue"
All of her TV pals and hundreds of followers flocked to the comments section to gush over Amanda's stunning look.
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This Morning's Ruth Langsford said: "Beautiful," with a flame emoji.
Former Loose Woman Saira Khan wrote: "Princess," followed by a hands up and flame emoji.
Geordie Shore lass Vicky Pattison said: "Wow. Disney princess."
While Catherine Tyldesley penned: "Darling!!!! Just stunning! Timeless Hollywood."
And a dedicated Amanda Holden fanpage said: "You look like a Disney Princess. OMG Amanda!"
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Amanda then posted a dazzling video of her walking through an abundance of fairy lights as she sashayed her stunning body in the skintight dress.
One fan said that Amanda was a "true Disney princess," while another said she looked divine and like she had "come out of a fairytale".
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