By Daily Mail Reporter
In the pink: Amanda Holden shows off her trim figure in a pink Herve Leger bandage dress as she launches the All Seasons hotel brand in the UK in London's Covent Garden
Shrek: The Musical has only been open for a matter of weeks, but it looks like treading the boards has done the world of good for Amanda Holden.
The actress, 40, showed off her trim and toned figure in a super-tight, pale pink Herve Leger bandage dress as she launched a new hotel in London yesterday.
The Britain's Got Talent judge took time out of her West End role as Princess Fiona to promote Accor group's All Seasons Hotels coming to London.
Despite the unseasonably cool and wet weather, Holden kept herself amused by two handsome waiters.
The former Cutting It star looked like she was having a good time as she sipped champagne and was attended to by the good-looking pair.
Writing on her Twitter today, she enthused: 'On my way to Covent Garden to be served by waiters! For Accor Hotels!! What a lovely way to spend the morning!'
'Hmmmm, he's pretty': Holden finds herself understandably distracted by one of the handsome waiters
Bringing sexy back: Holden's West End performances are paying off
She also posted a photo of her with the waiters, gushing: 'This is how my morning started.'
Following the final of Britain's Got Talent earlier this month, Holden has been keeping busy treading the boards every night at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Earlier this week, she joined her co-stars at Somerset House to celebrate official opening night.
Shrek The Musical follows on from the blockbuster DreamWorks films about Shrek, a grumpy, smelly ogre, who is hiding a heart of gold.
It's a hard job, but someone's got to do it: Holden looks in her element as she quaffs champagne along the waiters
The musical focuses on the story from the first film in which the hermit Shrek (Nigel Lindsay) is forced to face the world when the evil Lord Farquaad (Nigel Harman) exiles ‘freak’ fairy tale characters from his city and sends them to live in Shrek’s swamp.
The production has been met with mostly
The Mail's Quentin Letts wrote: 'Miss Holden’s voice is little stronger than a single gin and tonic but she has an attractive zest for the enterprise...
'Sentiment, beauty and haunting melody are absent. But Shrek is energetically amusing.'
Stuff the champers, I need a hot coffee and a cardigan: The cold and wet weather soon got the better of the actress