We don’t know about you, but we’re enjoying living in jogging bottoms and old sweatshirts as we all stay indoors during lockdown.
However, one person who is apparently sick to the back teeth of her comfies is Amanda Holden.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge was the epitome of “all dressed up with nowhere to go” as she glammed up to take her bins out on Monday night.
Mandy posted pictures and videos of herself wearing a pink ballgown, heels and freshly coiffed hair as she tended to her rubbish.
“Wheelie wanted to dress up tonight!” she wrote.
The video – which is nothing short of iconic, we’re sure you’ll agree – inspired comedian Alan Carr to do the same, although his efforts were slightly less refined than Mandy’s.
Amanda has certainly been keeping herself busy during lockdown.
Last week, she shared a video of her playing an especially cunning April Fool’s prank on her daughters, Lexi, 14, and Hollie, eight, tricking them into believing they would be going to school during weekends and holidays when things eventually get back to normal.
She is also continuing to present her Heart Breakfast Show during the lockdown, travelling from her Richmond home to central London each day to wake up her listeners.
Amanda also found herself at the centre of controversy after a link to a petition suggesting 5G is linked to coronavirus appeared on her Twitter page last week.
However, she insisted she had accidentally tweeted the link, and does not believe in 5G conspiracy theories.
“Amanda was sadly emailed a petition suggesting 5G is linked to coronavirus, did not know she’d accidentally tweeted a link to it, and does not believe in 5G conspiracies,” her rep said.
She will be back on our TV screens this weekend as the new series of Britain’s Got Talent kicks off on Saturday on ITV.