TV presenter Amanda Holden stole the show as she struck a pose in a tiny Union Jack dress, channelling her inner Geri Halliwell for the steamy snap.
Amanda, 50, looked gorgeous as she risked a wardrobe malfunction in one of her skimpiest dresses yet, showing off her endless legs to the camera.
The strappy dress barely protected her modesty as Amanda pouted at the camera, letting her blonde hair fall around her shoulders in glam curls.
Showing her support for the UK, Amanda decided that rather than fly the British flag, she would drape it around her toned figure instead.
Ahead of her stint of announcing the scores, Amanda paid tribute to the music competition as she shared her hope that the UK could win at least one point.
Amanda was dressed by celeb stylist Frank Strachan, who has helped out stars such as Steps and Kylie Minogue, as she competed the look with black heels, showing off her long legs in front of the famous London skyline.
She captioned the show-stopping snap: "Looking forward to making ‘un point’ or two at #Eurovision tomorrow."
The UK's 2021 entrant for the competition is James Newman, who stepped up to represent the UK for a second time after the 2020 contest was axed due to the Covid pandemic.
James could struggle to make an impact in the notoriously politically biased competition, which will be the first post-Brexit face-off.
The singer has been given slim odds of just 200/1 of winning the crown, but fans are hoping that he could win a decent position in the rankings despite not being the favourite.
It has been over two decades since the UK won Eurovision with Katrina and the Waves winning back in 1997 with their song Love Shine A Light.
This year, Dutch entrant Duncan Laurence's victory back in 2019 has meant Eurovision will be taking place in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Meanwhile, Italy and San Marino are the hot win the 2021 series, with the latter managing to nail down US rapper Flo Rida to sing alongside singer Senhit and their son Adrenalina.
Eurovision will air on BBC One on Saturday night from 8pm to 11:45pm.
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