Britain's Got Talent beauty Amanda Holden has "best bum in the world", according to a mathematical theory.
Dr Riccardo Frati has analysed the bottoms of some of the most famous women in the world using the Golden Ratio equation, and the 49-year-old radio presenter has come out on top.
The Harley Street cosmetic surgeon says the "perfect ratio" for the bum, waist and breast should be 3:2:3.
Dr Frati, of Frats Cosmetic Surgery, told The Sun: "Amanda looks spectacular for her age. Her breasts look natural as does her bottom and she has been a stable weight over the years.
"Her bottom looks in the perfect 3:2:3 ratio and she looks naturally proportionate yet feminine.
"Amanda is known to love yoga and running, which will definitely contribute to her youthful look."
Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid and Laura Tobin also scored top marks based on the system developed by the Greeks, which is reportedly used to measure physical perfection.
Dr Frati says reality star Kim Kardashian, US sensation Jenifer Lopez and pop royalty Beyoncé have the ratio of 2:2:3.
The theory suggests the closer the ratios of a face, body part or room are to the number 1.62, the more beautiful it becomes.
It was used by Leonard Da Vinci for the perfect human male body in his work for Vitruvian Man.
Her peachy bum is not the only thing that Amanda can smile about this week.
The former Wild At Heart actress recently celebrated the huge success of her album which was 2020's biggest-selling debut record by a UK female artist.
Writing on Instagram she said: "Thank you everyone for making 'Songs From My Heart' the biggest selling debut album by a female artist this year so far!!!"
Amanda left her 1.6million Instagram followers in floods of tears last month after she unveiled her new Christmas song Home For Christmas, due to her "beautiful" vocals and lyrics.
Unveiling her new single, she explained: "My new Christmas song is out now.
"It's been a difficult year for us all but one of the positives to come from 2020 has been the extra time we've been given to engage with friends, neighbours, and our families. 'Home' means love.
"This Christmas let's all make that extra special effort to connect in whatever way we can with one another.
"Making someone feel they are not alone is one of the greatest gifts we can give in 2020."
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