Amanda Holden has teased fans with a snap from ‘Down Under’ while in London to film the Australian soap opera Neighbours which will be aired next spring in the UK and Oz.
The Britain’s Got Talent presenter can be seen holding the famous Ramsay Street sign at a Thames side location near Waterloo, where most of the filming has been this week.
She looks glowing in a long pale blue trench coat, matched with a loose fitting teal jumper, and fitted flares, with killer navy heels.
She said: “G’Day Au.”
Fans poured in with love for the star saying things like “so gorgeous”, “iconic”, and “bloody love you, so funny and beautiful”.
One comment even said “smiles for miles, beautiful lady”.
The star also drew attention for one other thing on show, and that was her outfit.
Users left comments like “where are your jeans from?”, “love your wardrobe”, and “fashion queen”.
Neighbours fans also showed their excitement for the upcoming series, with one person commenting: “Wish you were my neighbour”.
“How’s the filming going Amanda? Look forward to seeing you in Neighbours,” another said.
One commenter added: “Going to have to watch Neighbours again.”
It was only revealed last week she would be joining the cast of Neighbours for some guest appearances.
Yesterday fans were left in tears after she shared a video of her posing on the phone saying “Oh hello operator, Ramsay Street please”.
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The English rose will feature in the soap alongside 21-year-old British star Jemma Donovan in what the Neighbours team describe as a “juicy storyline”.
Speaking ahead of the filming she told The Mirror : “Like most people in the UK who were around in the late 80’s/early 90’s, I grew up watching Neighbours every single day of the week.”
“To now have the opportunity to be a part of such an iconic Australian show is simply fabulous! I can’t wait to work with Jemma in London, this feels like a joyous occasion for everyone.”
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