BRITAIN’S Got Talent returned for a heartwarming Christmas special tonight leaving viewers feeling emotional after a tough year.
All four judges performed on stage, with Ashley Banjo kicking off the show in another thought-provoking dance from Diversity.
Amanda Holden performed in a plunging dress on the BGT Christmas SpectacularCredit: ITV
The thunderous dance routine ended on plea to “reach out this Christmas” and he said about the routine: “We want to tell the story of Christmas magic, and why this time of the year everyone should be coming together.”
Head judge Amanda Holden gushed about the performance: “Honestly there’s just so much talent on that stage, especially the young ones coming through, you choreographed this so well Ashley.”
He mused: “Let’s look now at the New Year and my honours list; Alesha Dixon will be made a CBE for her services to music – by which I mean she’s retiring.
Ashley Banjo opened the show with Diversity
They shared a moving Christmas message
David mocks his co-stars in his alternative Queen’s speech
David introduced the show’s comedy calendar with the best funny acts from the series
“Amanda Holden will be made an OBE for her environmental work, she always ensures her dresses use a quarter of the normal amount of fabric.”
The comic continued: “Ashley Banjo will be made an MBE for his charity work for the elderly and infirm in taking over from Simon Cowell.”
Veteran judge Alesha Dixon sang alongside former winner and pianist Tokio Myers.
The former Mis-teeq star Alesha’s performance showcased her vocal talent on a moving rendition of Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas on piano.
Alesha impressed viewers with her vocal talent
Alesha was joined by Tokio Myers on stage
Collin Thackery moved viewers to tears
Magician Richard Jones paid tribute to the Armed Forces, NHS and key workers
The BGT special unfortunately had to film without big boss Simon Cowell.
Other performances on the night came from singer Calum Scott and dance troupe MerseyGirls, singer Colin Thackery and magicians Ben Hart, Richard Jones and Marc Spellman.
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