Uh-oh. Alesha Dixon’s in a bit of trouble after last night’s Britain’s Got Talent semi-final.
The 37-year-old was called out for pressing TWO of her fellow judges’ buzzers while dance act Bespoke Candi were on stage.
Clearly taking a dislike to the group’s Flintstones-themed routine, she first off pushed her own red button.
It seems she was pretty desperate for things to come to an end, as she then headed over to David Walliams’ chair before sneaking up to Amanda Holden’s.
Once all four buzzers have been pushed a performance must end, so if she’d managed to get to Simon Cowell’s, she could have sabotaged the whole thing.
Naughty girl, Alesha…
It’s safe to say that viewers weren’t particularly impressed with her antics.
One Tweeted: ‘Judges buzzing other’s buzzers during the auditions is funny – doing it during the LIVE semis is an a**hat thing to do, @AleshaOfficial #BGT.’
Another said: ‘@AleshaOfficial you’re so rude #BritainsGotTalent #BGT #BGTLiveShows.’
But Alesha didn’t appear particularly bothered by the comments. In fact, she went on to give a pretty damning critique to the troupe.
She told them: ‘I mean, literally, you could hand out costumes, everybody get up and dance to a nice song and they can go through.
‘I mean, you’ve got to do more than that. The dinosaur is cute but I’m sorry, the act is terrible.’
Eep. Even presenter Dec Donnelly waded into things, warning Alesha: ‘We should say, if that’s your opinion, that’s your opinion. But you shouldn’t go around hitting all the judges’ buzzers.’
To this, David shouted: ‘YES! Thank you,’ while Simon Cowell stood up and clapped.
We’re sure they all made up backstage later, eh…?