Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon bring the sizzle in red PVC dresses before the new season of Britain’s Got Talent

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Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon never look anything short of sensational as they take their place on the Britain’s Got Talent judging panel.

And it seems the upcoming series will be no different, as the two TV personality’s smouldered in a new photo shoot ahead of its launch later this week.┬á

The judges, who have promised the 17th series will be more chaotic than ever, both donned phenomenal red looks to promote the show.

Amanda, 53, showcased her incredible figure in a form-fitting red PVC dress, which showcased her bust and featured a sizzling thigh slit.

The mother of two styled the racy number with a pair of strappy red heels and gold jewellery, while wearing her blonde sleek locks loose.

Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon bring the sizzle in red PVC dresses before the new season of Britain’s Got Talent

Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon never look anything short of sensational as they take their place on the Britain’s Got Talent judging panel

Meanwhile, Alesha, 45, looked equally glam in a faux leather red dress, which was asymmetric in style and showed off her toned frame

Meanwhile, Alesha, 45, looked equally glam in a faux leather red dress, which was asymmetric in style and showed off her toned frame

Meanwhile, Alesha, 45, looked equally glam in a faux leather red dress, which was asymmetric in style and showed off her toned frame.

The TV star teamed the mini dress with a pair of thigh-high heeled red boots, which highlighted her endless legs.

Alesha wore her blonde highlighted locks up in a wispy updo, while completing the outfit with soft make-up in a bronze pallet.

The new series sees the return of fellow judge Bruno Tonioli, who joined the show last year following the exit of David Walliams.

Bruno brought a playful but chaotic feel to the show, memorably pressing his golden buzzer more than once – claiming he didn’t know he wasn’t allowed to.

Later in the series, Simon followed suit and also pressed his golden buzzer again, sending a total of seven golden buzzer acts to the semi-final.

This year, it has already been revealed that there will be a total of nine golden buzzer moments – marking the most the show has ever seen.

Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly said the show took longer to film because the judges were ‘more chaotic’ than ever.┬á

The new series sees the return of fellow judge Bruno Tonioli, who joined the show last year following the exit of David Walliams

The new series sees the return of fellow judge Bruno Tonioli, who joined the show last year following the exit of David Walliams

Discussing their antics, Dec said: ‘They’ve been even more badly behaved than before.┬á

Ant added: ‘It’s not just the pressing of the Golden Buzzers numerous times, they’ve also played tricks on us.┬á

‘Normally it’s us pranking the judges, but the tables have been turned this year and we weren’t expecting that. Naughty judges!’

They revealed that because of several rule breaks and generally anarchy, the show is taking longer to film.

Dec explained: ‘Everything takes a little bit longer to film now, because the judges have been so mischievous this year. There is definitely a sense of chaos, but they seem to be having a nice time.┬á

Ant said: ‘We always liken this show to The Muppet Show, you know where you’ve got a show going on but there’s chaos backstage. There’s chaos backstage, chaos out the front, and chaos onstage… it’s just chaotic.’

Ant and Dec said their own Golden Buzzer act is something the audiences have ‘never seen before’ as they admitted they believe they could go all the way.

Simon Cowell has teased that the news series is as exciting as ever and will have elements never seen before in previous series

Bruno brought a playful but chaotic feel to the show, memorably pressing his golden buzzer more than once - claiming he didn't know he wasn't allowed to

Simon Cowell has teased that the news series is as exciting as ever and will have elements never seen before in previous series

Ant and Dec said their own Golden Buzzer act is something the audiences have 'never seen before' as they admitted they believe they could go all the way

Ant and Dec said their own Golden Buzzer act is something the audiences have ‘never seen before’ as they admitted they believe they could go all the way

Despite most of the judges embracing the chaos, Alesha admitted that she has stuck to only pressing her golden buzzer once.

She explained that she felt pressing it more than once ‘takes away’ from the original act you have vouched for.┬á

Alesha said: ‘I quite like following rules, which is very ironic. I’m very rebellious in my nature, but I do like a bit of structure. I only pressed my golden buzzer once because for me personally, it gives more value to the act that I’ve pressed it for.’┬á

Simon Cowell has teased that the news series is as exciting as ever and will have elements never seen before in previous series.

The music mogul and former X Factor boss admitted he is conscious of the show feeling ‘stale’ and is keen to always keep it feeling fresh.

He said: ‘It’s got a heart, great stories, things we’d never seen before, which is important because you don’t want to just keep repeating the same thing year on year. So overall, I couldn’t be happier.’

While there are going to be nine golden buzzers this year, Simon said there were ‘easily’ another 17 acts that deserved the accolade.

He explained: ‘I love that there aren’t any rules on the show anymore. It is kind of like being back at school, because the teachers keep coming in saying, ‘You know, can we try and keep the golden buzzers down?’

‘And they know we’ve got absolutely no intention whatsoever of doing that. I keep saying, ‘Look, if something happens or the audience in particular are telling us, then we kind of have to’.┬á

‘I think they secretly love when it happens, but they have to try and keep us in check! But I don’t think it matters.┬á

‘I mean, we don’t want to get to the point where you’ve got 20 golden buzzer acts, but I think eight or nine is fine, that’s one an episode and in one episode you’ll see two. I don’t see that as a bad thing.’

This year, it has already been revealed that there will be a total of nine golden buzzer moments - marking the most the show has ever seen

This year, it has already been revealed that there will be a total of nine golden buzzer moments – marking the most the show has ever seen

Despite the competition being so tough, Simon shared that all of the judges are in agreement about who may win the show this year.

He said: ‘When we were discussing the finals, we went round the room and said who we think might win and there was one person everyone gravitated towards.┬á

‘It’s going to be interesting. I’m excited for this year, let’s see who the public picks as their winner.’

He also admitted that despite his decades of experience in the industry, he still doesn’t know what it takes to win over an audience.

Simon said: ‘I don’t know anymore. I genuinely don’t. I mean, if you had told me after his first audition that Viggo was going to win, IÔÇÖd be like, “Yeah, right”.┬á

‘But then it happened. And the great thing about this show is it doesn’t matter. Whoever the public chooses, the public chooses, and I really think they get it right most years. I really, really do. There’s always someone I feel bad for, of course. But you can just never predict who the public will love.’

Britain’s Got Talent airs at 7.30pm on ITV on Saturday April 20┬á

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