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Flaming heck! High diving team set themselves on fire as Britain's Got Talent has first ever outdoor audition

 Thank goodness that the Britain's Got Talent judges were kept nice and warm during their auditions.
The first ever outdoors audition really heated up the talent competition as a diving team set themselves on fire for Simon Cowell's entertainment.
Britain's Got Talent temporarily moved outside on a cold Thursday afternoon in Cardiff, a diving team called La Quebrada High Diving Productions Ltd. did their best to get through to the next stage.

 Judges Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon watched on open mouthed as the group jumped head first into a tank of water.
La Quebrada, which consists of eight divers, warmed up by putting on a high diving show before reaching the dramatic climax.
The act culminated in a dangerous stunt whereby one of the team climbed a high tower, set himself on fire and leapt into the tank.

 It may have been just above freezing all week, but that hasn't stopped Alesha from showing some serious skin.
Earlier this week the former Mis-teeq singer showed off her toned legs and arms in a slashed-to-the-thigh black skirt and black polo neck sleeveless top as she arrived at the Cardiff auditions.
The 34-year-old completed her outfit with a pair of peep-toe heels, a chunky Aqua belt and Gina Stewart Cox earrings, with her hair styled poker straight.

 Ahead of her arrival at the Millennium Centre, Alesha had been enjoying some Twitter banter with David.
After one of the auditionees complained it was freezing waiting for the judges to arrive, David replied: 'I will be there first. The other judges all take about 10 hours in make-up.'
Alesha then replied: '2 actually.'

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