Amanda Holden shows off toned pins in a metallic navy thigh-slit gown

Amanda Holden shows off her toned pins in a sparkling navy thigh-slit gown as she joins glamorous Alesha Dixon at Britain’s Got Talent semi-final

They never fail to bring the glamour to Britain’s Got Talent.

And Amanda Holden and her co-judge Alesha Dixon looked as sensational as ever, as they wowed in showstopping gowns during the fourth semi final show.

The Heart Breakfast presenter, 49, showcased her toned pins in a metallic navy gown, which featured a perilously high thigh slit up the leg of the gown. 

Glam: Amanda Holden and her co-judge Alesha Dixon looked as sensational as ever, as they wowed in showstopping gowns during the fourth semi final show

Amanda’s gown featured a sweetheart neckline and was cinched around her svelte waist, teamed with a pair of sparkling silver barely-there heels.

She wore her golden locks in bouncy glamorous curls and and opted for full coat of make-up in neutral tones.

Amanda shared a snap of her ensemble on Instagram and captioned the image: ‘BGT tonight 8pm @itv! So excited for a show full of incredible acts + we get to see a theatre show (finally!) with a performance from the cast of Hairspray.’ 

Caption: Amanda shared a snap of her ensemble on Instagram and captioned the image: ‘BGT tonight 8pm @itv! So excited for a show full of incredible acts + we get to see a theatre show (finally!) with a performance from the cast of Hairspray’

Stunning: Meanwhile, Alesha, 41, looked equally glamorous in a dramatic ruffled black mini dress, with a statement shoulder piece

Wow! Amanda’s gown featured a sweetheart neckline and was cinched around her svelte waist, teamed with a pair of sparkling silver barely-there heels

Reaction: Amanda’s pals gushed over the stunning look, as Mollie King wrote: ‘Wow looking gorgeous!’ and Helen Flanagan left heart emojis underneath


Glowing: She wore her golden locks in bouncy glamorous curls and and opted for full coat of make-up in neutral tones

Amanda’s pals gushed over the stunning look, as Mollie King wrote: ‘Wow looking gorgeous!’ and Helen Flanagan left heart emojis underneath.

Meanwhile, Alesha, 41, looked equally glamorous in a dramatic ruffled black mini dress, with a statement shoulder piece.

The TV star put on a leggy display in the stylish gown, which she teamed with a pair of glitzy barely-there heels.

Glittering: The TV star put on a leggy display in the stylish gown, which she teamed with a pair of glitzy barely-there heels


Radiant: The judge wore her raven locks sleeked back into a chic low ponytail, while highlighting her pretty features with a slick of dewy make-up

The judge wore her raven locks sleeked back into a chic low ponytail, while highlighting her pretty features with a slick of dewy make-up.  

During the show, Golden Buzzer act Jon Courtenay, 46, became the seventh contestant to make it through to this year’s Britain’s Got Talent finale.

Jon was sent through to the final by the BGT judging panel after impressing them with his witty but touching song about his own childhood.  

Jon was joined in the top three with singer Belinda Edwards and magician Jasper Cherry, while the rest of the contestants’ fate was in the hands of the public to gain the second remaining place.

Congrats! Golden Buzzer act Jon Courtenay, 46, was the seventh contestant to make it through to this year’s Britain’s Got Talent finale

David said the act that ‘got him’ was Jon as he cast his vote for him, while Alesha admitted all three should be in the final but picked Belinda.

Ashley also voted for Jon and said: ‘In terms of quality, you three could be the final three. In terms of originality, that act for me is Jon. 

Casting the deciding vote, Amanda said she was going with her heart and also voting for Jon.

When asked about his reaction to getting through, Jon joked: I’m only on this because I want to play the [London] Palladium! It wasn’t meant to get this far.’

Well done: Jon was sent through to the final by the BGT judging panel after impressing them with his witty but touching song about his own childhood

During the performance, the joker unlocked his piano with an electronic car key and told the audiences: ‘Amazing to be here, I sung a song about being a dad, tonight I want to take you further to when I was a kid’

‘Now I’m going to have to write something else! I’m thinking maybe a love song to my favourite television duo, Holly and Phil.’

‘It sounds so flippant to say I wasn’t expecting it but I wasn’t. The stuff you said at the end of my song blew me away. 

During the performance, the joker unlocked his piano with an electronic car key and told the audiences: ‘Amazing to be here, I sung a song about being a dad, tonight I want to take you further to when I was a kid.’

Votes: David said the act that ‘got him’ was Jon as he cast his vote for him, while Alesha admitted all three should be in the final but picked Belinda

Through to the final: Casting the deciding vote, Amanda said she was going with her heart and also voting for Jon

Jon received a standing ovation from the judges and audience following his electrifying performance with Amanda Holden declaring he could win the whole show.

Ashley said: ‘We need another golden buzzer! To press it right now. There’s an incredible connection you have, it’s funny and touching. I couldn’t fault it.’

‘It was magical and done so simply. It made me feel so warm inside. You nailed it my friend.’

High praise: Jon received a standing ovation from the judges and audience following his electrifying performance with Amanda Holden declaring he could win the whole show

While a tearful Amanda gushed: ‘I’m treating this show like therapy, I just cry all the time! One of the best golden buzzers we’ve ever had on the show. After the year we’ve had you’d be an amazing winner.

Ashley said to Ant and Dec: ‘You two are looking so smug!’

While the hosts, who pressed the golden buzzer for Jon, said: ‘Proud actually.’

David told them: ‘We may be looking at the winner of this year’s show. You have set the bar, that was unbelievable.’

Ant and Dec asked him: ‘The wait for the semi-final must have been torturous?’

While the comedian quipped: ‘You didn’t phone or write, it was like a one night stand.’ 

Emotionl: Jon received a standing ovation from the judges and audience following his electrifying performance with Amanda Holden declaring he could win the whole show

Banter Ashley said to Ant and Dec: ‘You two are looking so smug!’ While the hosts, who pressed the golden buzzer for Jon, said: ‘Proud actually’

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