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Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon share a lesbian kiss

Published 13/04/2013

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Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon share a lesbian kiss on 'Britain's Got Talent'.

The pair revealed they locked lips during the filming for the new series of the TV talent show as they look to push fellow judges Simon Cowell and David Walliams out of the limelight.

Amanda, 42, told the Daily Star newspaper: "We had a kiss at the show's launch but that's not our first.

"We've kissed on the lips and she put a bit of tongue in. We have done it. The TV cameras have caught it.

"I don't think David and Simon have done that. Simon won't even answer that question".

The ladies believe the music mogul and the 41-year-old comedian's "bromance" has become a focus of the show and they want to bring the attention away from the boys.

Alesha, 34, added: "There has been more of David and Simon's bromance on telly. That's because of the edit.

"But whereas David is always being rejected we haven't rejected each other."

It seems even Simon, 53, admitted he could be out-done with the pair's antics.

He said: "I would say there is a strong possibility that there will be a romance between these two girls this years."

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