Amanda Kloots’ thigh-flashing outfits got the U.S. daytime TV audience in an uproar. “The Talk” co-host’s style on the show has evolved to include mini dresses and short skirts, revealing her long legs. However, per The U.S. Sun, the 39-year-old’s clothing has been “slammed as ‘inappropriate’ and ‘too sexy.'”
CBS has been flooded with complaints, and social media warriors have taken to Twitter to critique Kloots’ attire. Bizarrely, many blame “Dancing With the Stars” for her new sassy style, “as she has worn a crop top and mini skirt, a low-cut dress with slits and more for her performances.” This makes zero sense because she also wore a number of long, glitzy gowns, as well as grisly prosthetics and a black wig to dress as a blood-soaked, tortured zombie from the slasher-horror “Saw” when she danced the Argentine tango and a Cruella de Vil ensemble to dance the paso doble. Yet, those looks definitely haven’t contributed to how she dresses and appears on “The Talk.”
Kloots’ husband, actor Nick Cordero, died in June 2020 from complications related to COVID-19, per The New York Times. As Kloots continued to grieve and deal with online haters, who also criticized her for going on dates, her gig on “The Talk” became a bright spot during a challenging time. “It gave me an opportunity to get dressed up and have an adult conversation for an hour, which, when you live by yourself with a two-year-old, you’re not getting,” she told Vogue. So, give the woman a break.