Amanda Holden’s appearance distracts Britain’s Got Talent viewers ‘Is it appropriate?’ 

As the two judges stretched, Alesha remarked: “We haven’t done this before, have we?”

“I don’t think we have,” Amanda agreed before the pair’s attention turned to David running up to them.

Dress in a costume that appeared to show him being carried on the shoulders of Simon Cowell, David called out: “Wait for us.

“Simon, very kindly has given me a lift to work,” he added as the trio began running. 

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However, viewers couldn’t help but focus on Amanda’s hot pink catsuit and took to Twitter to comment.

One sarcastically tweeted: “Of course Amanda has to go for the most suitable outfit #BGT.”

While a second wrote: “First thing I think of seeing Amanda in that running outfit. How do I look? Like a vibrator #BGT #BritainsGotTalent.”

“Is it appropriate on a family show for Amanda Holden to have a catsuit on with her raspberry ripples on show? #BGT #BritainsGotTalent,” a third added.

“In the last couple of years, my mum got diagnosed with cancer,” daughter, Honey revealed while fighting back tears. 

“It’s been a tough couple of years and to be here with my mum is the best thing that ever happened to me.”

Sammy confirmed she had overcome the awful illness and Honey added: “I’m so grateful for everything, I never thought when we were singing in the car it would bring us to this stage.”

The pair began their rendition of She Used to Be Mine by Sara Bareilles but Simon held up his hand to stop them and asked them if they would come back later with a more powerful song.

Honey and Sammy returned to the stage and left Amanda in tears with their rendition of Freya Ridings’s Lost Without You.

Once they had finished, Amanda commented: “Every single lyric that you got right and sang just seemed so poignant to your story, it was just the most wonderful thing to witness.”

The BGT judge stood up and pressed the Golden Buzzer sending the mother-daughter duo through to the live shows.

Britain’s Got Talent continues on Saturday at 8pm.

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