Move over Simon Cowell and David Walliams, there's a new pair of BFFs on the scene, as Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon have revealed that judging Britain's Got Talent together has turned them into the best of pals.
This comes despite speculation that the pair had been at war over who got the most air time and were engaged in a rivalry on the talent show, won by dancing dog act Ashleigh and Pudsey.
Amanda and Alesha have reportedly struck up a deep bond, with Amanda saying that they had “a genuine friendship”, and former Mis-teeq star Alesha adding: “I love Amanda,” according to The Sun.
During the show the brand new buddies co-ordinated their looks and often held hands as they tried to communicate their meeting of minds to the public.
According to the paper a show source said: “They gave Pudsey and Ashleigh a run for their money in the closeness stakes.”
The friendship, already being dubbed a 'Womance', comes after Simon Cowell and David Walliams' much publicised 'Bromance', which saw the comedian make jibes at Cowell's expense that would've seen anyone else receive a dressing down from the music mogul.
Both sets of platonic lovers will have even more to be happy about after the Britain's Got Talent final smashed BBC rival The Voice in the ratings last Saturday.
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