Alesha Dixon apparently fled away from the judges’ desk in terror, in scenes to air on Saturday night’s BGT, with Amanda Holden branding the audition ‘horrible’
Britain’s Got Talent’s next episode will apparently see Alesha Dixon run off in terror, after an audition on the ITV talent series, hosted by Ant and Dec.
According to The Sun, the judge is so horrified by an act that she ditches the panel and flees to the audience in the venue, before refusing to return.
A ‘witch’ steps out onto the stage, and soon creeps the judges out when they approach the panel desk.
Suddenly, Alesha is “covered” in creepy crawlies, which leaves her horrified and “storming off” according to the publication.
The witch apparently thrusts an apple in Amanda Holden and Alesha’s faces, with it then exploding into a cluster of maggots and cockroaches, in a moment likened to ITV’s I’m A Celebrity.
Pictures show the moment the act holds the apple, before approaching the two judges, as well as Simon Cowell and David Walliams.
When the trickery happens, Alesha will be shown screaming in horror before running away from the desk, as she refuses to return.
Amanda apparently shrieks: “This is why I’ve never gone on I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! It’s horrible.”
Alesha says meanwhile: “I’m socially distancing from the cockroaches!” and refuses to go back until all of the critters are removed.
Viewers can see the audition and the aftermath during the latest episode on Saturday night.
Of the moment, an audience member told the publication the ladies seemed “annoyed” over the trick.
They told them: “It was hilarious for us watching of course, the girls screaming and falling over themselves to get away from it all.
“But with those fancy dresses on, you could see that they were getting annoyed.”
Amanda also had her say on the audition, and told the publication: “I screamed the place down during the start of her act, it was just so freaky.
“This apple suddenly smashed and out poured all these maggots and cockroaches all over the desk, you have to watch it to believe it.
“You just know straight away that it’s going to be an act that we’ll probably see more of.”
Britain’s Got Talent 2022 continues Saturday at 8pm on ITV.
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