Alesha Dixon very nearly suffered a wardrobe malfunction on Britain's Got Talent as she could be heard screaming "my dress is off" as the show began.
In Thursday night's semi-finals the BGT judge was gearing up to arrive on the stage after an introduction by hosts Ant and Dec when the panic set in.
Just seconds later as Alesha took her seat alongside fellow judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and David Walliams , they mentioned her "wardrobe malfunction".
Ant and Dec asked the foursome if they were ready for tonight's performances when David joked that Alesha's dress nearly came off.
A pregnant Alesha giggled as she nodded that she'd suffered a problem with her pink sparkly look that showed off her baby bump .
Alesha, who revealed she was expecting her second child with her husband on the first live semi-final via Ant and Dec's opening song, looked incredible in the pink number.
But just moments before it seems as though she nearly didn't make it to the stage alongside an equally glamorous Amanda.
The 40-year-old has won over fans all week with her stylish look, wearing an array of sparkly numbers.
They’ve also been loving the fact the judge has been displaying her blossoming baby bump in each outfit, after confirming her pregnancy on Monday.
The expecting mum, who has five-year-old daughter, Azura, with partner Azuka Ononye, stood up to reveal her bump during Monday’s semi-final.
On Thursday, Alesha went for sparkles once again, this time in a metallic pink number.
Opting for another short, mini dress instead of a floor-length gown, Alesha's frock was covered in sparkling bright pink sequins.
She also kept up with the winged sleeved, while completing the look with a pair of silver heels.
On Wednesday, she shook things up with a silver sparkly number.
The long-sleeved gown featured a plunging neck line, while it was covered in silver sequins in its entirety.
Alesha showcased her gorgeous pins, while completing the look with matching silver heels.
Britain’s Got Talent airs live all this week on ITV at 7:30pm.
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