Amanda Holden has sent temperatures soaring with the release of her new album - and its steamy cover art.

The 49-year-old lies on her back in a silken white dress, raising her toned legs into the air and sending fans into a spin.

Songs From My Heart features 13 tracks in total, including Over the Rainbow and her duet with Sheridan Smith, I Know Him So Well.

Amanda had the idea to put together a full album after she and daughters Lexi, 14, and Hollie, eight, recorded Tightrope from The Greatest Showman to mark her tenth wedding anniversary to hubby Chris Hughes.

She eventually joined with Universal after record labels scrambled to sign up Amanda's talent.

Amanda displays her sensational legs

Amanda's been back on our screens in recent weeks as Britain's Got Talent makes its much-awaited return.

Fans breathed a sigh of relief as the show came back after Covid forced it to halt after the pre-recorded auditions ended.

The judges' desk, meanwhile, has been split into four as part of ITV's social distancing commitments.

Another big difference is the absence of head honcho Simon Cowell, following his brutal injury following an electric bike accident.

Amanda's back on BGT after the Covid disruption
It's thought Simon won't make it back to the UK before 2021

Simon was dashed to hospital in California, where he received an emergency procedure for his back, which was broken in three places.

He's now on the road to recovery, but it's said he's not well enough to make it back to the UK before 2021.

In the meantime, BGT alum and Diversity dancer Ashley Banjo has stepped in for Simon.

Ashley and his Diversity pals put on a moving Black Lives Matter-themed dance - but not everyone was taken with it.

Ofcom was flooded with more than 24,000 complaints after Ashley and his Diversity mates performed a hard-hitting Black Lives Matter-themed dance.

Ashley stepped up in Simon's absence
Diversity performed a hard-hitting routine

Ofcom told that they would not be investigating the show, and ITV stood firm by the performance.

Diversity, too, have remained defiant, Ashley telling that he would dance the same routine "100 times over" as he thanked fans for their support.

"Creativity is always a leap of faith," he wrote on Instagram.

"All I did what was what felt right and I'd do it 100 times over...Sending love to everyone that stood by us."

ITV are standing by Diversity amid a storm of Ofcom complaints

Britain's Got Talent 2020

Ofcom ruled: "We carefully considered a large number of complaints about this artistic routine, an area where freedom of expression is particularly important.

"Diversity's performance referred to challenging and potentially controversial subjects, and in our view, its central message was a call for social cohesion and unity.

"Any depictions of violence by the performers were highly stylised and symbolic of recent global events, and there was no explicit reference to any particular political organisation – but rather a message that the lives of black people matter.

"We will not be taking this case on to formal investigation."