Amanda Holden looked sensational as she took the stage on Britain’s Got Talent to dance in a sassy red dress for the show of presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donelly’s 1994 hit Let’s Get Ready to Rhumble.
In the coming scenes of Saturday’s episode, The Heart Breakfast presenter, 52 – who sits on the show’s judging panel with Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli – was seen standing in the theater wings during the auditions, while Ant and Dec excitedly told Amanda and her fellow judges had picked out some new music for them to walk on stage.
Ant told them, “You know you said you’re tired of your walk-on music?” We sorted it!’
Alesha asked them, “Based on our personal taste?” to which the Geordies both exclaimed, “Yes! Yes!’
While Amanda predicted she would walk in front of the crowd to a song from a West End show and Simon insisted his 1997 hit Barbie Girl would be Aqua, the two were wrong, as former Strictly Come Dancing star jury member Bruno was welcomed. Ant and Dec’s tune.
Striking: Amanda Holden, 52, looked sensational as she took the stage on Britain’s Got Talent to dance in a sassy red dress
Nostalgia: Presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly told the judges they had new music for them – in the form of their 1994 hit Let’s Get Ready to Rhumble
Alesha walked out next, dressed in a pink pantsuit, while Amanda and Simon watched from the wings.
Amanda asked Simon, “Did anyone ever say there are 20 people in the world listening to that at any given time?” to which he seemed to nod in agreement.
Actress Amanda was next to take the stage, with the star sporting a red dress with a thigh-high slit and cut-out detail on the site, showing off her long slender legs.
She grabbed her ankle and lifted her leg in the air as she danced to the music in a pair of heels.
Finally, Simon appeared on stage and seemed less than impressed when he merely walked to his seat, barely recognizing the music.
It comes after Alesha said she wanted a kid’s version of Britain’s Got Talent.
The 44-year-old star is on the judging panel of the long-running ITV1 series – which has no age limit and has starred the likes of former child singer Connie Talbot, ventriloquist Jamie Leahey and dancer George Sampson.
She thinks that because the kids are always “showing the adults how it’s done,” it could be a “great experience” for the young participants.
Broken some moves: Former Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli was first welcomed to Ant and Dec’s tune
Star power: Alesha walked out next, dressed in a pink pantsuit, while Amanda and Simon watched from the wings
Fallen on deaf ears: Simon was unimpressed and walked out with his fingers in his ears to block out the noise
She told the Daily mirror: ‘I would really like a Kids Got Talent because the kids rule, man.
“They always come out and show the adults how it’s done.
“It could be a very festive show where all the kids have a great experience. And it doesn’t matter who wins, I think it’s going to be a great show.’
Alesha – who is mum to daughters Azura, nine, and Anaya, three, with husband Azuka Ononye – gushed over recent Chickenshed Community Choir auditions, saying they “couldn’t be more” to her taste as an explanation for why she sent them straight to the semi-finals with the Golden Buzzer.
She said, “This act couldn’t be more down my street if it tried.”
On the show – which airs Saturday nights at 8:30pm – Alesha said to the group after hitting the prestige button, “I love everything you guys stand for.” Inclusion is so important.
‘Everyone is represented, and you do that to the fullest. And you give young people opportunities and platforms and I don’t know what’s more important than that.’
On air: Britain’s Got Talent airs Saturdays at 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX.
Simon labeled their audition “really” worth the moment, after wowing the judges and audience at The Palladium in London.
The 63-year-old music mogul said: ‘I’ve known you for a while and what you’re doing is actually incredible.
“This performance sums up everything you do. This is really, really a Golden Buzzer moment.”
Britain’s Got Talent airs Saturdays at 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX.