Britain’s Got Talent judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon appeared tense ahead of Thursday’s live semi-final at the Apollo in London.
Alesha, 43, appeared to be having a serious conversation with Amanda, 51, on the balcony of the venue in Hammersmith just 15 minutes before the show.
The singer appeared lively during their conversation, as they both put on a glamorous display before appearing on the judging panel.
Not impressed: Britain’s Got Talent judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon appeared tense ahead of Thursday’s live semi-final at the Apollo London
Amanda wowed as she donned a thigh-skimming Dolce & Gabbana mini dress and posed for photos on the back of a flash motorbike.
The floral garment was embellished with sequins for added glam and featured a thigh-skimming hemline that showcased her tanned, toned pins.
The mother-of-two donned a pair of barely there black heels to enhance her figure and opted for no other accessories to let her dress take center stage.
Meanwhile, fellow judge Alesha looked equally radiant in a dramatic white gown which featured a giant ruffled rose across the bodice while the garment was fitted to accentuate her slender curves.
Tense: Alesha, 43, appeared to be having a serious conversation with Amanda, 51, on the balcony of the venue in Hammersmith just 15 minutes before the show
Fraught: The singer appeared lively during their conversation, as they both put on a glamorous display before appearing on the judging panel
During the show, Loren Allred triumphed after winning the public vote as his involvement in the show was corrected.
The 32-year-old singer, who unveiled herself as the singer of The Greatest Showman hit Never Enough earlier in the series, sailed through to the next round after receiving the most votes from the public.
She was followed by dancers Five Star Boys who received votes from judges David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden, leaving invisible illusionist The Phantom out of the competition.
Stunning: Amanda looked sensational for the fourth round of the BGT semi-finals in a thigh-skimming Dolce & Gabbana mini dress, posing on the back of a motorbike
Delicious duet: she was joined in the jury by Alesha Dixon, who looked just as radiant in a spectacular white dress
Wow: The mini featured a giant ruffled rose on the bodice while the garment was fitted to accentuate her slender curves
Simon Cowell added that he would have voted for Five Star Boys, admitting he was taken aback by The Phantom’s performance which left the judges confused despite participating in the act.
Earlier on the show, Simon addressed the controversy over Loren’s appearance on the show, having previously worked professionally while providing his voice to The Greatest Showman.
He said, “I also know you have a bit of a stick in the media, ‘It’s a solution because you’ve been on another show.’
“That’s the whole point of shows like this, that you’re giving someone another chance.”
He added that he hoped she would win the competition, adding that he was a big fan.
Last month, it was claimed that one in four BGT acts were “recycled” from other shows or had ties to Simon and other talent on the show.
According to The Sun.
Champion: Loren Allred, 32, triumphed in Thursday night’s semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent after winning the public vote despite claims the show is patched
American singer Loren is the voice of the hit song Never Enough from the 2017 film The Greatest Showman, while soul singer Mel Day, 77, found success as lead singer of the JALN Band in the US and in the UK with the 1976 track Disco. Music (I like that).
A BGT spokesperson told TSWT at the time: “While most people will have heard the infamous track Greatest Showman, Loren is not a household name and she deserves her place on the BGT stage.
“We hope that such articles will not count against someone who deserves this opportunity. It’s fantastic that Loren is now able to stand out and stand in her own right to be the face, and not just the voice, of one of the most recognizable tracks of all time.
Favorites: She was attended by dancers Five Star Boys who received unanimous votes from judges David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell