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Ahead of The Masked Dancer's final, Davina McCall has vowed to beat Amanda Holden's Ofcom complaints record when it comes to risqué fashion choices.
The presenter, who was slammed for her white-roots hairdo, has joked that she's been having a "plunge-off" with the Britain's Got Talent judge.
Amanda, 50, has come under-fire for her daring outfits on live television over the years, but it looks like she may have competition.
Davina, 53, told The Sun: "I've been plunging my little heart out. I plunged on show two and I had the cleavage to match. Now it's a 'plunge-off' between me and Amanda.
"But I haven't had an Ofcom compaint yet. I've got to work harder. If I get one I'll be a little bit pleased, if I'm honest. There was always that red latex dress I wore on last night's show.
"Amanda and I have to have some kind of duel. Handbags at dawn!," Davina expressed.
The former Big Brother host added that she isn't trying to cause offence to anyone but doesn't want to be labelled as "boring" in the style stakes.
She continued: "It's not about trying to shock or be offensive – I just like to wear things that are a bit edgy or a bit different.
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"I always said to my stylist, 'I'll try anything but don't let me be boring'."
Davina explained that she isn't trying to steal Amanda's thunder, but instead sees her as a kindred spirit.
"I've actually known Amanda for ever and she's one of the women in my age group who are still living life to the full.
"And in a funny kind of way it's us saying to all those pert 30-year-olds, 'It's going to be OK. Don't worry – you're still going to be having a blast in your fifties and we're going to show you how'.
"We both feel really proud of that," Davina admitted.
The mum-of-three, who previously shared her experiences with menopause, went on to share her love for The Masked Dancer and teased what viewers can expect ahead of the finale.
"Lots of people have been saying, 'Oh my God, I wasn't sure if it was going to be as good as The Masked Singer', but this is even more fun because it is even harder.
"What I love is that The Masked Dancer is not a talent show, it's a guessing game.
"But what's really brilliant about tonight's finale, above anything else, is the sheer quality of the dancing. You'll be blown away," she teased.
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