Britain’s Got Talent became subject to controversy, as the show’s judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon fashion choices were too revealing for some viewers.
The British Broadcast regulator, Ofcom, received about 20 complaints from viewers after the two ladies appeared on the second live semi-final of the show on 23 May, wearing racy outfits with plunging fronts.
Ofcom said: “We won’t be taking the matter forward for investigation”.
“The dresses did not raise issues under our rules on nudity and the judges were not portrayed in a sexualized way”.
Coming to this season’s final, the media watchdog received almost 90 complaints and ITV 200, all suggesting that Dixon’s and Holden’s outfits were not appropriate for a family TV show.
Commenting on the saga, Denise from Essex said: “Personally, I find Simon Cowell’s ‘plunging neckline’ more offensive than Amanda or Alesha’s”.