Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon to duet as all judges to perform on BGT special

For the first time ever in ITV 's history of Britain's Got Talent the judges will perform during the Christmas special.

Judges Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Ashley Banjo, who is stepping in for Simon Cowell after he injured himself, will take to the stage themselves, according to The Sun.

According to reports, Ashley will perform with Diversity which will be the dancing group's first performance since their Black Lives Matter performance in September.

The dance rocked trolls and sparked 24,500 complaints from snowflakes to Ofcom which were all later on rejected by the TV watchdog that watches over broadcasters.

Amanda and Alesha are both reportedly set to take to the stage instead of the panel to sing.

David is keeping his performance close to his chest but it will, for many fans, hopefully be a comedic routine.

A source told the publication: "It’s been a chaotic year and show bosses wanted to treat audiences to something extra-special.

"It has never been done before and with Simon still recovering from his back injuries, it’s the perfect opportunity to get the judges singing, dancing and telling jokes for their suppers."

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They continued: "Luckily, there won’t be anyone behind the panel to feed back on their performances."

Previous are also rumoured to take to the stage including 2018 acts magician Marc Spelmann and runner-up comic Robert White.

For dog lovers, champion Ashleigh Butler and her new dog Sully — the replacement for legendary BGT-winning dog Pudsey, who sadly passed away in 2017, will also be performing for the nation.

Filming for the show was postponed due to lockdown but bosses are reportedly making moves now due to the show coming under the work exemption for Covid restrictions.

The source added: "It’s going to be one big celebration without any voting or crowning of the winner, so everyone should be able to enjoy it.

"We will see the judges as we’ve never seen them before and it should give them a new-found appreciation of what the contestants go through."

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