Alesha Dixon hit THREE buzzers for Bespoke Candi in tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2016 semi-final

Judge pressed David Walliams and Amanda Holden's buttons over "terrible" act


Bespoke Candi caused an argument among on tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2016 semi-final - with Alesha Dixon hitting THREE of the judges' buzzers.

The group brought their giant dinosaur back to the show tonight for another fire-breathing dance display.

But Alesha, who blasted their original audition, was equally as unimpressed tonight and decided to hit her buzzer just a few seconds in to their performance.

In fact, she hated it so much that she also pressed David Walliams and Amanda Holden's buzzers - leaving the latter aghast.

"Miss Dixon pushed my button! Very naughty girl!" she reacted. "I thought it had a lot of energy. We don’t have rules on this show, we’ve got a license to do anything!"

Simon Cowell couldn't see why Alesha was quite so angry. "There’s a lot of people that would pay a lot of money to see this sort of thing," he said. "You don’t see stone age people and T-rexs doing shows enough in my opinion!

"I think it’s great for kids, it was better than the first audition."

Meanwhile, David joked that it was "the best dinosaur based act we’ve seen tonight by a long way".

The former Mis-Teeq star defended her view, describing herself as "the voice of reason". "Literally, you could hand out costumes, let everybody get up and dance to a nice song and you can go through!" she admonished.

"The dinosaur is cute but I’m sorry, the act is terrible."

Presenter Dec Donnelly responded: "We should say if that is your opinion that’s your opinion, but you shouldn't go around hitting all the judges buttons."

"He told me to!" Alesha exclaimed, pointing to David - although the comedian denied her claim.

Bespoke Candi are one of nine acts competing in tonight's semi-final, with the results being revealed in the 9.30pm live show on ITV.

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