Britain’s Got Talent fans fume as Ant and Dec address the Queen on her Jubilee

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Britain’s Got Talent fans were left furious as presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly addressed the Queen during a live semi-final.

The hosting duo were chatting about the ways to vote on the show, assuming that the Queen might not know about them all if she’d missed any of the live shows.

Though they addressed the monarch as “ma’am”, fans were quick to point out that the Queen wasn’t watching from Buckingham Palace.

One Twitter user posted: “Ant, Dec, the Queen ain’t watching lads!”, as another followed up: “The Queen doesn’t give a sh*** she’s not watching! #BGT.”

“I refuse to believe the Queen is watching this crap,” someone else giggled.

Others pointed out that it looked as though judge Amanda Holden had dressed to emulate the monarch herself, who is celebrating 70 years on the throne this Bank Holiday weekend.

Amanda rocked a silky red corset and accessorised with a Union Jack flag skirt as she took her seat beside Simon Cowell.

The TV personality wore her trademark caramel locks in loose waves with a tiara on top of her head.

Amanda's puffball skirt was so long she had to drape it across the back of her chair to keep it off the floor.

One person gushed: "Amanda looks so good."

As another said: "Amanda looks stunning, absolutely gorgeous!"

But others weren't so impressed, as one viewer quipped: "Who does Amanda think she is with the Tiara and the flag thingy? The Queen, you are not, hun."

"Amanda Holden wearing a tiara. Someone remind her it’s the Queen’s Jubilee… not hers," someone else fumed.

It comes after Thursday's show saw Loren Allred make it through to the final by public vote, while Five Star Boys made it through by judges vote.

But fans were left slamming the talent competition as a 'fix' after Loren stormed through on the public vote, as she already found fame as the voice behind the song Never Enough in The Greatest Showman.

Though Loren didn't appear in the Hollywood blockbuster, she provided the vocals for Jenny Lind, the opera singer who performs the track and who is played on-screen by Rebecca Ferguson.

She also provided vocals for the film adaptation of Broadway hit Dear Evan Hansen.

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