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Britain’s Got Talent Christmas special: Amanda Holden performs Home for Christmas alongside Collabro in first look clip

The Britain’s Got Talent Christmas special is right around the corner, and the first look clip at Amanda Holden’s performance has now been revealed.

All of the judges are performing on this year’s special episode, and new footage of Amanda taking to the stage with Collabro gives a taste of what viewers can expect.

Collabro won the eighth series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2014 and they’re one of many acts set to join the judges for the festive episode.

The clip shows the studio decked out in shimmering Christmas trees, with the group helping perform a stirring of Amanda’s new single Home for Christmas.

It’s not just Amanda who is due to perform on the show. David Walliams and Simon Cowell’s stand-in Ashley Banjo are set to take to the stage alongside favourite acts from years gone by.

Alesha and 2017 winner Tokio Myers will perform a version of Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas. David will perform a routine with six of the show’s most popular comedy acts, including 2018 champion Lost Voice Guy.

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The group take to the stage on the Christmas special (Picture: ITV)

Finally, Ashley will be returning with Diversity who won in 2009. The dance troupe will collaborate with 2008 street dancing winner George Sampson.

It will be Diversity’s first appearance on the programme since 24,000 people complained to Ofcom after they performed their Black Lives Matter routine in September.

Unfortunately though, the team will be missing one of their most beloved names, as Covid restrictions meant that Susan Boyle was unable to take part.

Britain’s Got Talent: Christmas Spectacular airs Christmas Day at 8pm on ITV.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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