Yup, the show that could see one lucky contestant performing at the Royal Variety is back and as the judges rocked up to the red carpet in Liverpool earlier today, they certainly made sure to get things underway in style.
Even if Simon Cowell was running fashionably late as always...
The first round of auditions were held at Liverpool Empire and Amanda Holden wow'ed onlookers in her slinky white number.
Despite the freezing temperatures outside, the 44-year-old braved going without a coat and chose to flaunt her frame in her stylish dress instead. She teamed her frock and its eccentric hemline with silver court heels and a chunky gold statement necklace.
Amanda barely had a hair out of her place (we're loving her new tousled bob-cut) and vamped up her appearance with a slick of berry lipstick on her lips.
She was joined by David on the red carpet and the comedian looked like he was ready for business in his sharp suit. We wonder if he's forgiving fellow judge Alesha Dixon for beating him on Lip Sync Battle UK yet?
And for possibly stealing the show today too...
All eyes were on Alesha as she rocked up to the venue, thanks to her edgy new 'do.
Embracing a totally new style for Britain's Got Talent this year, Alesha decided to give her locks the chop and even brave a new hue, dying her now chin-grazing tresses platinum blonde.
Debuting her new look on Twitter, Alesha told fans "it was good to be back" working on BGT, before asking: "Do blondes have more fun?"
The 'Do It For Love' singer chose a chic mini-dress for her first outfit of the series, flashing her enviable pins to onlookers and choosing chunky jewellery to match the metallic detailing on her getup.
Doesn't she look great?
This series marks Alesha and David's fifth stint on the panel as judge, while Simon and Amanda are gearing up for their tenth turn. They have been judges since the competition first aired back in June 2007.
All four judges were confirmed for the new series back in September last year.
Ahead of BGT airing again, Amanda has hinted this year could be her last on the show. She admitted a decade sitting alongside Simon is an "amazing feat" and she could be tempted to throw in the towel.
"I would love to make it ten and then call it a day," she admitted.
Last series of BGT was won by Jules O'Dwyer and her dog Matisse, however, their win wasn't without controversy as it was later revealed a stunt dog had been used during their act.
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