Amanda Holden says her cleavage is now so famous it will be releasing a memoir soon.

The TV judge believes the reaction of Britain’s Got Talent fans to her low-cut dresses has been “ridiculous”.

And she jokes that “the girls” – as she refers to her ­boobs – even have their own management.

Amanda’s decision to sport daring dresses sparked complaints to watchdog Ofcom in this year’s BGT.

But she takes the scandal “with a pinch of salt.”

Amanda reflected on her breasts becoming a talking point in a chat with Rylan Clark-Neal for BBC Radio 2.

She said: “The girls have got their own management now. Isn’t it ridiculous?

“They’re going to be 50 next year. They’re celebrating separately from me.

“They have got a set of six friends that they want to see. So they’re going off, they’re doing their own thing to celebrate.”

Amanda added: “I think there’s a biography in the making for them. And I think they’re also going to do An Evening With. I am separate from them now.”

And she insisted that the furore with Ofcom is not an issue. “You’ve got to take it with a pinch of salt”, she said.

“I think Britain’s Got Talent holds the record of the most complained about show on telly, but it still does really well.”

Amanda also spoke about her pride at having 2020’s biggest-selling debut album for a British female solo artist.

She said she would have been stunned “if someone said to me you will be in the top five of the charts when you are 49”.

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