‘Britain’s Got Talent’ has become the most complained about TV show in a decade.

Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden

Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden

The ITV talent competition - which is fronted by judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, and David Walliams - received 27,898 Ofcom complaints during its current series, following Diversity’s Black Lives Matter-inspired performance, Amanda’s raunchy wardrobe, Alesha’s Black Lives Matter necklace and comic Nabil Abdulrashid's jokes about race.

Diversity’s dance routine received 24,500 complaints after some viewers were left outraged by the routine.

The dance saw Ashley Banjo appear on the floor with a white policeman's knee on his neck, mirroring the tragic killing of George Floyd in the US, while the dance troupe were seen taking the knee.

Alesha was later seen wearing a necklace featuring the letters BLM, which racked up 1,900 complaints as some insisted "political" references had no place on the family show.

More recently, Amanda gained 235 complaints after wearing a dress that fans claimed revealed her nipples.

And last week, comedian Nabil Abdulrashid received 733 objections to his jokes about racism, in which he attacked "angry far-right guys".

Elsewhere in the series, Allan Finnegan received 304 complaints for his dark comedy routine in which he joked about dead people, funerals, and his family.

Meanwhile, 48 complaints were received about dogs being in cages during the auditions, and another semi-final performance received 19 for appearing to break social distancing.

A further 23 Ofcom calls for miscellaneous events in the series were also reported.

‘Britain’s Got Talent’ now tops the list, having replaced ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ as the most complained about show, after Roxanne Pallett falsely accused housemate Ryan Thomas of punching her during their time together in the house.