Alesha Dixon fuels BGT feud rumours as she says Bruno Tonioli job felt ‘strange’
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Alesha Dixon has fuelled rumours of a hidden feud between the Britain’s Got Talent judges after completing their UK tour for the upcoming series.
Back in January, Bruno Tonioli replaced long-standing judge David Walliams on the ITV talent show after a report revealed the comic had made disrespectful comments about the contestants on the show.
The Breathe Slow singer, 44, first joined the panel alongside the Little Britain star more than 10 years ago back in 2012.
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And it appears as though the rest of the judges are still adjusting to their new addition to the team, after the singer hinted the star was “strange” when they first started filming.
On Saturday (March 4), the raven-haired beauty appeared on Saturday Kitchen where she spilled the beans on what fans can expect from the new series set to launch later this Spring.
She revealed: “Being the family that we were for 10 years, it felt strange at the beginning.
“It’s like a new normal, a new energy. But Bruno did fantastically well.
“I think it’s quite difficult coming in as the newbie but he came with all his energy and pizzazz and the audience loved him.”
As well as Alesha, Bruno also sits alongside the two remaining original judges Amanda Holden, 52, and Simon Cowell, 63.
Eagle-eyes fans will remember that this is not Alesha’s first time sitting on a judging panel with Bruno after the pair worked together on Strictly Come Dancing between 2007 and 2011.
The sat behind the desk for three series on the BBC One ballroom competition where they judged stars dance moves each week.
But it’s fair to say things are completely different on the new series of Britain’s Got talent as the former Mis-Teeq star revealed how the talent show’s major changes this year.
She went on: “We had eight golden buzzers this year, which we’ve never had on any series. But because the talent was that outstanding, Bruno pressed it within the first 10 to 15 seconds of the act.
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“All the rules went out of the window, but actually that became the theme of the series. It was great.
“We just threw the rulebook out and it was like anything goes, which made it quite fun.”
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