Amanda Holden has vowed never to cover up on "Britain's Got Talent".
The TV show judge has been slammed for her racy outfits on the family show but Amanda has insisted that despite Ofcom complaints, she is happy to continue to flash the flesh.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper about reports she is set to dress more conservatively, she said: "It's been called another national ¬crisis -- but, oh no, I will NOT be covered up."
Speaking about her Julien Macdonald which caused Ofcom complaints, she said: "That dress was hysterical -- it was Julien Macdonald. I had bits of fish wire underneath my breasts trying to hold that together. But, look, I'm from a small- chest family, plus you know I'm 48 years old. It's all quite laughable, but all everyone seems to talk about.
"[Co-judge] Alesha Dixon's boobs are much better than mine. Talk about hers!"
And Amanda, 48, has insisted that she, Alesha and fellow panellists Simon Cowell and David Walliams are all set to return to the ITV show next year.
She said: "I never ever dreamed that I would still be on the show 13 years later. It is a joke. It's brilliant. I'm really lucky to still be on the show, I don't ever take it for granted. Simon has said as long as the show is going that the judges will stay the same because what's the point of it changing? It's not broken.
"If he didn't think we were working, he wouldn't tell us, he'd get his henchman to. I know they're renegotiating various deals with ITV at moment, that's as far as I know. But we're all onboard."