She's a style Superstar! Amanda Holden shows off elegant chic look as stars turn out to watch Chris Moyles in Jesus Christ show
23:54 GMT, 21 September 2012
She judges talent for a living but Amanda Holden proved she is also shows a flair for fashion.
The 41-year-old Britain's Got Talent judge looked incredibly chic as she arrived for the press night of Jesus Christ Superstar at the 02 arena.
Amanda looked extremely elegant in a black top with a snake-skin embossed pattern and a pair of tailoured trousers.
She's a style superstar! Amanda Holden cut a chic figure in an elegant outfit as she arrived at the Jesus Christ Superstar press night
She finished off her look with metallic blue nails, a jewel-embellished cuff and a pair of hoop earrings.
The mother-of-two showed off a flawless complexion and looked much younger than her years.
Showing off glowing skin Amanda had just a slick of liquid liner across the lids of her eyes, rosy cheeks and glossy lips.
Simple but stylish: The 41-year-old Britain's Got Talent judge oozed confidence
Look who it is! Amanda stepped out to see Chris Moyles in his debut role as King Herod
Amanda was just one of the famous faces to turn out to the big stage production.
She was joined by the likes of Jennifer Saunders, Jason Donovan and Dawn French.
There wasn't just celeb action off
the stage either, as many guests attended to see to see Chris Moyles
make his major stage debut in a new production the show.
Someone looks excited: Dawn French and Mark Bgnell arrived at the 02 with huge smiles on their faces
Family affair: Gloria Hunniford and her husband Stephen and her son also attended the show
The DJ plays King Herod in the show, which opens at London's O2 Arena before going on a nationwide tour.
Moyles, who left his Radio 1
breakfast show last Friday, plays the character as a Jeremy Kyle-style
TV presenter who confronts Jesus on his chatshow Hark! With Herod.
The updated version of the stage
musical, co-written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, also stars
comic Tim Minchin as Judas Iscariot and former Spice Girl Melanie C as
Date night: Jennifer Saunders attended the show at the 02 along with a whole host of familiar faces
Helping hand: Jason Donovan, who helped in the search for the star of the show, arrived
Ben Forster is in the role of Jesus
Christ after receiving the most votes in Superstar, ITV1's hunt for a
performer to play the son of God.
Speaking before the performance, Holden, who hosted the TV talent show, said Forster had 'something special'
'Mel has an outrageously brilliant voice. Chris Moyles, I have no idea, but I think he and Herod probably have a lot in common.'
She urged fans to see the show,
adding: 'It wasn't written for the theatre. It was written as a rock
arena tour, so it's going to be something completely different.'
Jason and Dawn were on the judging
panel along with Mel C, and were joined by Arlene Phillips and singer
Tyler James on the opening night of the show.