It was the first of this week's live semi-finals so female judges Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden were bound to up the glamour and style factor on Monday evening's Britain's Got Talent.And they certainly made an effort to stand out in their choice of outfits.Alesha, 34, went for the less is more approach as she showed off as much skin as possible in a minuscule dress.
Style war: Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden show off their styles as they take to the stage for the first live semi-final of Britain's Got Talent on Monday night
The former Mis-Teeq star revealed her legs in all their glory in the white and berry coloured printed frock.Alesha co-ordinated to perfection, even wearing berry coloured strappy shoes and matching lipstick.And to complete her look she wore her dark locks down in a bob and poker straight.
Firm friends: Both girls have made good pals since judging the show together and waltzed ion to the stage ready to stun the audience
Is less more? Alesha Dixon went for a berry coloured printed frock with perfectly matching shoes and lipstick
What war? While they were competing in the fashion stakes the girls held hands and giggled as they made their entrances alongside Simon Cowell and David Walliams
Amanda, meanwhile, covered up0 more but still ensured she wasn't overshadowed as she opted for a plunging floorlength frock.Clearly pleased with her ensemble, Holden wrote on Twitter: 'Tonights dress is by @JAtonCouture, Shoes by Charlotte Olympia @charlottes_web, Jewellery by Kiki http://www.kiki.co.uk.'The TV judge gave off an Asian feel to her frock thanks to the floral pattern on the white background making it look kimono-esque.
Floral: Amanda's large hair was commented on by Simon Cowell as she sat down and waved to the beaming audience
Although it was partly her hair which drew the most attention thanks to the voluminous style.And the bouffant do certainly didn't go unnoticed by main judge Simon Cowell, who couldn't help but comment on it as Amanda sat down next to him.When speaking about the show, Simon said how 'massive' it was going to be, before quipping: 'Massive, like your hair.'
Happy for them: Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden looked on during one of the stand out performances of the night
Tough job: After the opening act, the judges looked a little hesitant about what was to come
Hilarious: Alesha found it funny when Philip Green started doing an impression of her from when she was in Miss-Teeq
Standing out: Amanda had clearly put a lot of effort in to her ensemble as she made an appearance during the first of the week's live semi-finals
But Holden didn't seem to mind the cheeky remark and commented back: 'My hair's got volume Simon.'Although the girls soon took a back seat when the auditions started taking place and the wannabes became the stars.It was a nerve-wracking results show during the first Britain's Got Talent live semifinal.
Suited and booted: Even funnyman David Walliams had come spruced up in his grey suit and tie combo
Dressed up: It was only the first live semi final of the week so the ladies will no doubt be showing off a full range of their styles and looks this week
Taking their seats: Alesha flashed the most skin on Monday night's show as she took her place in front of presenters Ant and Dec
Volume! Amanda happily showed off her bouffant hair and even complimented dance troupe Youth Creation on their crimped hair styles
While operatic brother duo Richard and Adam were the outright winners of Monday night's programme after gaining the most votes, the panel couldn't decide on the second person to put through.Taking it to the public vote after Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell chose to save Youth Creation and David Walliams and Amanda Holden chose Arisxandra Libantino, it was the 11-year-old who finally became the second act to be put through to the finals.In an unsurprising outcome, the much-loved brothers received the most votes, while it was announced that previously popular acts including impressionist Phillip Green and Aaron Crowe were going straight home.
Smile! They looked excited to be on stage to watch some of their favourites acts try their hardest once more
The two acts with the second and third highest votes were then put to the judges, who had the chance to vote for the favourite.But when it came to Simon's turn to pick an act, he told Ant and Dec that he would be taking it to the public vote in a bid to make it as fair as possible.'I just knew this was going to happen - can't we put them both through? Can't I change the rules?,' he said, clearly unhappy with the decision he had to make.
Outright winners: Richard and Adam won the most votes on Monday's Britain's Got Talent semifinal, going straight through to the final
Overcome: 11-year-old Arisxandra became the second act to go through as he judges took their decision to the public vote
Stars in the making: While the rest of contestants were sent home, the two most popular will go through
'You're both winners, both of you. I actually can't make my mind up... I'm going to take it to the public vote by saying Youth Creation,' he added.The Geordie duo read out the results and it was the 11-year-old singing sensation who had come out on top, meaning that she'll join Richard and Adam at the live final.
Couldn't decide: The judges couldn't agree on whether to send through Youth Creation or Arisxandra so it was sent it to the public vote
- 2013/05/28(火) 11:36:13|