The BGT Christmas special is just a week away and we’ve been given a sneak peak of what to expect.
The Heart FM presenter, 49, wows in a revealing off-the-shoulder emerald green dress, with a high thigh split.
While the former Mis-Teeq star, 42, rocks a glittery number that plunges at the neckline and also has a deep thigh split.
New images show Ashley Banjo, 32, and David Walliams, 49, standing beside them and dressed considerably more conservatively in their suits.
Simon Cowell will be noticeably absent
Clearly absent is BGT judging veteran Simon Cowell, 61.
The music mogul broke his back in August after falling off his electric bike in Malibu, California.
He was forced to drop out of all his work commitments for months, including the remaining episodes of Britain’s Got Talent.
But former BGT winner Ashley Banjo, Diversity dance troupe member, stood in for him as the fourth judge.
And, as for the Christmas special, all four judges are expected to put on a performance of their own on Christmas Day.
David Walliams will reprise his role as The Queen
Additional preview photos show comedian and author David reprising his role as The Queen.
So it looks like he will be doing a skit on The Queen’s Christmas Day speech.
“I absolutely cannot wait for this on Christmas Day,” said one BGT fan.
And he is set to perform a comedy routine along with six past BGT comedians, including fan favourite Lee Ridley.
I absolutely cannot wait for this on Christmas Day.
Whereas Amanda is set to sing with 2014 BGT winners Collabro.
Meanwhile, Alesha will perform the Christmas classic Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas with 2017 winner Tokio Myers.
Diversity will perform once more
Finally, Ashley will perform with Diversity, along with fellow BGT street dance winner George Sampson.
However, it remains unconfirmed what the theme of their dance routine will be.
Throughout the series, Ashley’s judging abilities have been praised. But his BLM themed Diversity performance drew both applause and complaints.
In fact, 24,500 people complained to Ofcom about the routine, but their complaints were rejected by the watchdog.
The 2020 series of Britain’s Got Talent officially ended in October, with music comedian Jon Courtenay crowned the winner.
The Britain’s Got Talent Christmas Spectacular will air on Christmas Day at 8pm on ITV.
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