Alesha Dixon teases bad behaviour from BGT judges

Sam Warner
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From Digital Spy

The relationship between the Britain's Got Talent judges is as much a reason we tune into the show as the bizarre, wonderful and downright awful acts.

And it looks like we can expect some pretty bad behaviour between Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon this series.

Alesha admitted that she thought the naughty hijinks would calm down after last series but said this year "it seems to get worse", and going by her examples it seems things are set get pretty hilarious for us viewers.

"This year I think David wrestled Simon to the floor," she told reporters (via BBC Newsbeat). "He knocked him out of his chair. I cannot believe he's got the balls to do that to Simon Cowell but he did."

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On top of that, it looks like David will expose more of himself than we bargained for, Alesha explaining: "I got on the desk on the last audition of the day and I thought I'd have some fun. Mandy joins me. David gets up and drops his trousers."

"David decided to take his trousers down and he was right by me," Amanda added. "So I pulled his pants down.

"The 'battered sausage moment', that's what we're now calling it," Alesha continued. "Apparently Simon was going to have that for dinner until David dropped his trousers. I hope the producers keep that in."

We hope so too.

Photo credit: Syco/Thames / ITV

However, if there is bad behaviour between the judges, Amanda only blames one person.

"Simon's encouraged bad behaviour for 11 years. We're always encouraged to be ourselves," she added.

"We're never told to do or be anything other than ourselves and I think that's why it's worked so well to be honest."

Britain's Got Talent starts this evening (April 15) on ITV at 8pm.

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