BGT’s Alesha Dixon and David Walliams awestruck as act Belinda Davids belts out Whitney Houston song

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Britain’s Got Talent judges Alesha Dixon and David Walliams are left awestruck as contestant Belinda Davids blows them away with a stunning rendition of Whitney Houston’s track I Have Nothing. 

In an exclusive clip of the ITV talent show, which is set to air on Saturday night, Alesha, 41, and David, 49, are visibly mesmerised as the South African singer belts out the ballad.

Dressed to impress in a sparkly red dress, single mum Belinda is in it to win it as she gives it her all during the next round of semi final performances. 

Wowed: Britain's Got Talent judges Alesha Dixon and David Walliams are left awestruck as contestant Belinda Davids blows them away with a stunning rendition of Whitney Houston's track I Have Nothing

Wowed: Britain’s Got Talent judges Alesha Dixon and David Walliams are left awestruck as contestant Belinda Davids blows them away with a stunning rendition of Whitney Houston’s track I Have Nothing

Belinda puts on a passionate display as she channels the late singer, effortlessly hitting every note as she sings.

And it’s clear to see the judges were moved by her performance as David is seen closing his eyes in enjoyment as he mouths along to the words.

While Alesha, who wowed in a ruffled black number, could barely take her eyes off Belinda.

Amazing: In an exclusive clip of the ITV talent show, which is set to air on Saturday night, Alesha, 41, and David, 49, are visibly mesmerised as the South African singer belts out the ballad

Amazing: In an exclusive clip of the ITV talent show, which is set to air on Saturday night, Alesha, 41, and David, 49, are visibly mesmerised as the South African singer belts out the ballad

Meanwhile, Amanda Holden, 49, who looked stunning in a plunging blue gown, is seen nodding along to the music as she watched. 

The latest BGT semi-final sees Belinda join seven other acts as they go head-to-head to win the judges vote for a spot in the final. 

Other contestants taking part include Ant and Dec’s Golden Buzzer Jon Courtney, who previously wowed with humorous piano act. 

Showstopping: Dressed to impress in a sparkly red dress, single mum Belinda is in it to win it as she gives it her all during the next round of semi final performances

Showstopping: Dressed to impress in a sparkly red dress, single mum Belinda is in it to win it as she gives it her all during the next round of semi final performances

Go for it: Belinda puts on a passionate display as she channels the late singer, effortlessly hitting every note as she sings.

Go for it: Belinda puts on a passionate display as she channels the late singer, effortlessly hitting every note as she sings.

While Katherine and Joe O’Malley, Chineke! Junior Orchestra and Billy and Chantelle will also take part.

Completing the line-up is Kevin Quantum and Jasper Cherry, while the cast of West End musical Hairspray will also take to the stage for a special performance. 

The latest show comes after Ofcom announced they will not investigate the 24,500 complaints made concerning Diversity’s Black Lives Matter inspired dance, which aired on September 5. 

Awestruck: It's clear to see the judges were moved by her performance as David is seen closing his eyes in enjoyment as he mouths along to the words, while Alesha could barely take her eyes off Belinda

Awestruck: It’s clear to see the judges were moved by her performance as David is seen closing his eyes in enjoyment as he mouths along to the words, while Alesha could barely take her eyes off Belinda

Moved: Meanwhile, Amanda Holden, 49, who looked stunning in a plunging blue gown, is seen nodding along to the music as she watched

Moved: Meanwhile, Amanda Holden, 49, who looked stunning in a plunging blue gown, is seen nodding along to the music as she watched

The performance, which featured BGT guest judge Ashley Banjo, has now become the second-most complained about television moment of the decade, but a spokesperson for the government-approved regulatory body has confirmed to MailOnline no action will be taken.

The representative said: ‘We carefully considered a large number of complaints about this artistic routine, an area where freedom of expression is particularly important.

‘Diversity’s performance referred to challenging and potentially controversial subjects, and in our view, its central message was a call for social cohesion and unity.

Powerful move: Earlier this month, Ofcom announced they will not investigate the 24,500 complaints made concerning the dance aired on September 5 (Ashley pictured)

Powerful move: Earlier this month, Ofcom announced they will not investigate the 24,500 complaints made concerning the dance aired on September 5 (Ashley pictured)

‘Any depictions of violence by the performers were highly stylised and symbolic of recent global events, and there was no explicit reference to any particular political organisation – but rather a message that the lives of black people matter.’

Troupe leader Ashley reacted to the news on Instagram as he shared the statement and penned: ‘Creativity is always a leap of faith. All I did what was what felt right and I’d do it 100 times over… Sending love to everyone that stood by us’.

The routine, which narrated the death of black man George Floyd beneath the knee of a white police officer, divided fans after it aired during the live show.

Decision: A spokesperson for government-approved regulatory body Ofcom confirmed to MailOnline no action will be taken for Diversity's BLM-inspired routine

Decision: A spokesperson for government-approved regulatory body Ofcom confirmed to MailOnline no action will be taken for Diversity’s BLM-inspired routine 

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