Britain's Got Talent's Jasmine and Aaron make the final after very sexy dance routine gets fans hot under the collar

Britain's Got Talent's Jasmine and Aaron make the final after very sexy dance routine gets fans hot under the collar

September 12, 2020

SEXY dance duo Jasmine and Aaron have made it to the final of Britain's Got Talent with a very saucy dance routine.

The London dancers narrowly made it through to the final after nudging out spooky dance group, The Coven.

Amanda Holden – who was filling in as head judge while Simon Cowell recovers after breaking his back – had the deciding vote

"This is the first we performed since our audition, so thank you," Jasmine told the judges.

"We have dedicated all of our lives to this and it's so nice to share it with the world."

Aaron and Jasmine got a standing ovation from the virtual audience who got very hot under the collars from the rique routine.




But BGT fans loved the decision and rushed to Twitter to congratulate the pair.

One Twitter user wrote: "Ab-SO-Loutley STUNNING performance amazing. Well Done Aaron and Jasmine."

While another added: "Aaron and Jasmine are so good to watch, Jasmine really sets my heart racing."

And a third said: "Aaron & Jasmine a wonderful passionate and very complex routine very well done."

Fans at home were not the only ones to enjoy the saucy dance.

Stand-in judge Ashely Banjo got some special attention from Jasmine during the performance after she approached the Diversity star at the judges' desk and gave him a one-on-one dance as she grasped the air inches from his face.

And Ashley lapped up the saucy attention, giving a fist pump as she returned to the stage with her partner Aaron.

"Let's go!" he shouted.


Ashley defiantly returned to the stage for the semi-final tonight after Diversity’s Black Lives Matter dance became the second most complained about TV moment in a decade.

The number of complaints soared throughout the week to 15,500 after Ashley was seen lying on the floor with a white police officer kneeling on him, in reference to the death of George Floyd in the US.

The number of complaints soared throughout the week to 15,500 after Ashley was seen lying on the floor with a white police officer kneeling on him, in reference to the death of George Floyd in the US.

He was reunited with Alesha Dixon during filming after she waded into the BLM row by telling haters: "kiss my black a**".

During the dance there were also backing dancers dressed in riot gear and the group took the knee partway through.

Diversity’s powerful performance is now the second most complained about TV moment in a decade.

The first is Roxanne Pallett’s Celebrity Big Brother ‘punchgate’ drama with former Corrie star Ryan Thomas with 25,327 complaints and Kim Woodburn’s interview on Loose Women comes third with 7,912 complaints.

In addition to the complaints, Ashley revealed earlier this week that he had received a barrage of abuse over the routine.

But the show's stand-in judge thanked his critics for proving that it was a necessary performance.

Aaron and Jasmine will now go on to compete in BGT final on October 24, which will be recorded live.

There are two parts to the prize on offer for this year's contestants.

First, the cash prize of £250,000 – an amount that has stayed the same in recent series of the show, but in its first series was lower.

Then the winner will get the chance to to perform at the Royal Variety Performance.

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