The latest episode of Britain’s Got Talent has now received a thousand offcom complaints for objecting to Nabil Abdul Rashid’s comedy set and Amanda Holden’s outfit.
Comedian Nabil, 35, who won the semifinals of the ITV show on Saturday, drew a barrage of accusations after winning a laugh for ridiculing racists.
And BGT judge Amanda, 49, was again criticized when she arrived on stage wearing another bold outfit, with thigh-high splits and a noose around her neck.
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Complaint: The latest episode of Britain’s Got Talent now objects to Nabil Abdul Rashid’s (right) comedy set and Amanda Holden’s (left) outfit
Nabil’s performance on racism came just weeks after the regular dances of diversity, in which a Black Lives matter-inspired moment raised about 25,000 complaints.
The increase in viewers’ complaints means that BGT has now received the most complaints on TV shows of the decade.
The ITV talent show alone has garnered 28,000 offcom complaints from the series, with Variety’s performance being the most criticized.
Bringing laughter: When comedian Nabil (35) won the semifinals of the ITV show on Saturday, he drew the barrier of accusation after winning the laughter to mock racists.
The current series, which ended on Saturday, found that 22,000 more people complained to the media regulator than the most complained about before the celebrity Big Brother show.
25,372 people protested offcom on the now defunct Channel 5 reality show after Roxney falsely accused palette actor Ryan Thomas of fatally hurting him.
During the first semifinal of the show, Variety’s performance attracted 24,500 complaints to Ofcom.
The performance showed a white male kneeling on the neck of group leader Ashley Banjo in the wake of the death of black George Floyd earlier this year.
Controversial: The ITV talent show has garnered a total of 28,000 offcom complaints from the series alone, with the diversity routine being the most criticized.
This routine angered most people with its political message, and a huge number of people also praised the performance.
Ofcom has announced since they will no longer investigate, when ITV ‘stands with diversity’ because they have advertised in national newspapers in support of the controversial dance.
Meanwhile, Alesha Dixon, 41, initiated another 1,900 allegations for wearing a BLM necklace on the show.
She has publicly supported the group, even telling critics that they can ‘kiss my black one’. 31-year-old Ashley Banjo shared a post on Instagram asking a critic to keep her away from political entertainment.
Support: Diversity Dance launched 24,500 complaints last month, but Ofcom has announced that it will not investigate further. Ashley Banjo picture
Elsewhere, other allegations include comedian Alan Finnegan’s dark comedy routine, which saw 304 people watch the show.
During one performance, 48 of the dogs were kept in cages, and another 19 said this after apparently violating social distance rules.
On Monday, media regulator Ofcom revealed in MailOnline that a total of 892 viewers complained about Saturday’s performance, 733 objecting to Nabil’s routine, which saw him tackle racism in his acting.
Meanwhile, Chief Justice Amanda brought 136 charges for her extremely bold purple gown, which was a free black lace-up butcher.
Second place: Roxanne Palette (pictured) was the most talked about celebrity Big Brother of the decade before the show, mistakenly accusing her of killing Ryan Thomas
Nabil later revealed that he had received death threats after his work was publicized, at which point he ridiculed racists.
When The comedian won the show’s semifinals on Saturday, losing to cyclist Wesley Williams, and it looks like some viewers didn’t love his routine.
He tweeted after the show: ‘Funny how I made fun of Lefty but still they are not wishing me death or abusing me … Hmmm who was the snowman again?’
He wrote: ‘I promise not to make any jokes about racism or Islamophobia in my finals if I don’t experience any racism or Islamophobia in the present time. ‘
Gashing: Judge Alesha Dixon said of her routine, “It’s okay to feel a little uncomfortable with a joke, I think that’s comedy and I think you’re very brave.”
Be strong: Nabil discusses death threats on Twitter and promises to give people something to complain about
‘Do they want to complain? Okay, I’ll give them something to complain about .. tune in to the enemy. ‘
The comedian swore to the judges with his performance that his ‘white liberal leftist friend’ saw him joking about how he ‘forgot to forget black’ so that he would not fall victim to racism.
During his performance, he also said: ‘People will observe that they think Black Lives Matter is making jokes about stop and search among the boys.
‘No, it’s a joke to be fat. Big Nasty and I are both obese, we are both very black. Don’t throw the boys on the race card! ‘
Delighted: Nabil won Alesha Dixon’s Golden Bazaar during an audition earlier this year and praised her before calling her ‘agile and brave’ for tackling racism in her acting.
Judges were impressed by her performance, 40-year-old Alesha Dixon commented: ‘I really enjoyed it, choosing you as my Golden Market because you are so spiritual, you are different and you are that person.
Ofcom revealed that they have not yet decided whether to investigate the latest crop of allegations, telling MailOnline: “We are evaluating these allegations against our broadcasting rules before deciding whether to investigate.”
A week after the start of the Amanda 235 offcom complaint about the previous racist party, a huge amount of complaints came which made viewers question whether she suffered because of the wardrobe problem.
The Hart FM presenter went on Instagram to stop fans from claiming that she had ‘shined the nipple’ in her navy thigh-slit gown, complete with a submerged neckline.
What a man! Nabil’s work has garnered a lot of support from people on Twitter, but also some abusive abuse – he responds to messages with patience, humor and compassion.
However, despite the hustle and bustle of the previous week, a disobedient Amanda dared to be reborn in her flashing jolt on Saturday, which painted a picture of her sensitive personality with a deadly high leg split.
“It’s okay to feel a little uncomfortable with comedy, I think that’s the joke, and I think you’re very brave about being involved in racism, very serious at the moment.”
He added: “I think we should all laugh a little more and have fun so nicely, it was great.”
Ashley Banjo, who recently admitted that she and her co-diversity members were racistly tortured after calling the show and Nabil’s performance in the first assistant final a ‘legend’.
After reaching the final, Nabil became emotional and claimed that he was happy because ‘a lot has happened’ because he represented a lot of people.
Jewelry drama: Meanwhile, Alesha Dixon, 41, has raised 1,900 more allegations that she wore a BLM necklace on the show.