Simon Cowell proudly flaunts 1.5 stone weight loss as he poses alongside Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon for Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions

Media mogul Simon Cowell has continued to flaunt his sensational 1.5 stone weight loss as he posed up a storm alongside his Britain’s Got Talent judges.

The 59 year old dressed in a crisp white shirt and a pair of black trousers for the occasion, as he stood beside fellow judges Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon for a snap shared on Instagram.

The group are reuniting for an epic series of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions, and David shared the image to mark the first day of filming.

“Back together. @bgt Champions,” funnyman David captioned the behind-the-scenes shot, which featured Amanda in a dazzling lemon gown and heavily pregnant Alesha in a stunning red and black dress which accentuated her blossoming bump.

Simon recently revealed that his weight loss was down to him adopting a vegan lifestyle – following a scare in 2017 which saw him hospitalised due to low blood pressure.

After seeing a specialist, he was advised to give up meat and dairy.

Speaking about his new lifestyle, he recently told Extra: “I went to see this guy who’s very well-known. And he said to me, after doing some blood work, ‘You can’t have red meat, dairy, sugar, bread or gluten.’”

And opening up to The Sun about his new lifestyle, he added: “Within 24 hours I changed my diet and I’ve not looked back since. You feel better, you look better.

“It was way easier than you may think. Like, I used to have yoghurt in the morning and I changed it to almond-milk yoghurts. I have almond milk in my tea.

“I can eat certain fruits but not all fruits. You have to be careful because some fruit can have more sugar than a can of Coke.“

He added: Once you get into a pattern I’ve found it quite enjoyable. It has helped me sleep and I wake up feeling less tired. I noticed a massive difference in how I felt in about a week.

“I have more energy and focus and it wasn’t difficult. I don’t like to use the word diet because that’s the reason I never went on a diet before — the word diet makes me miserable.”

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