Britain's Got Talent judges left gobsmacked after act's X-rated slip up

Britain's Got Talent's latest episode got off to a chaotic start as the judges were left open-mouthed following a contestant's risqué gaffe on stage.

Air guitar aficionado Sven Smith, 27, had the audience and judges, including Simon Cowell, in high spirits with his electrifying performance to a medley of Queen classics. The auditorium erupted with cheers as Sven mimed guitar solos, but it was his unexpected costume mishap that sparked the most chatter among the judges..

For his act, Sven had channelled his inner rock god by sporting a pair of tight low rise silver trousers with lace up sides, and the judges very nearly got more than they bargained for as he danced in front of them.

Bruno Tonioli couldn't help but laugh, remarking, "I don't know how to describe that. I think your pants nearly fell off," while Amanda Holden commented on the energetic display, adding, "There was a lot going on at the front."

Simon Cowell also found the act hilariously "so stupid" but also "brilliant". Sven was thrilled with Simon's feedback, especially since he admitted to laughing throughout the performance, leaving Sven feeling "ecstatic".

The playful banter didn't stop there, with speculation about whether the Royal family would appreciate the act. Bruno quipped that King Charles and Queen Camilla might be fans, provided Sven keeps his trousers on next time, hinting they nearly got an eyeful, reports the Daily Star.

As the Britain's Got Talent judges witness a plethora of acts, Simon Cowell shared his thoughts on this season's exceptional talent. "Well, the truth is, honestly, when I watched the yes tapes back, I thought there were about another 17 acts who easily could have had a golden buzzer. That's how good the talent is this year."

"But look, I think eight or nine is the absolute limit. I don't think you could ever really go beyond nine, well, maybe 10 at a push! But I always listen to the audience and the feedback I got last year was they did enjoy seeing more golden buzzers."

Simon was surprisingly impressed by the unorthodox performance
Simon was surprisingly impressed by the unorthodox performance

Alesha Dixon also added her thoughts on the diversity of talent this year: "What can they expect from the show this year? More rule breaking and more golden buzzers being pressed that shouldn't be! ".

"Of course, an abundance of talent, which we are never short of. The consistent thing every year is that you are always going to get an eclectic mix of people from all walks of life. That doesn't change, but you still see fresh talent," she shared.