Checkmate! Simon Cowell and David Walliams look dapper as they attend the Britain's Got Talent auditions in Birmingham
Judges Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden put on a glamorous display earlier in the week.
The media mogul, 57, and the Little Britain star, 45, put on a suave display as they left the audition venue.
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Suave: Simon Cowell and David Walliams looked dapper as they tried to match up to their female counterparts as the Britain's Got Talent auditions kicked off on Friday
Sporting a navy sweater and jeans, Cowell cut a casual display as he greeted fans outside the venue.
And David put on a more smart appearance teaming a checked navy suit with a pale pink shirt.
Presenters Ant and Dec also scrubbed up well, continuing the chic navy uniform.
Turning heads: The media mogul, 57, and the Little Britain star, 45, put on a suave display as they left the audition venue
Checkmate! David put on a smart appearance teaming a navy suit with a pale pink shirt
The group looked in good spirits as they left the auditions.
The BGT auditions got underway last Saturday in London, and will next head to Manchester in order to hunt for the most unique talent around the country - who will be honoured with the prize of performing at the annual Royal Variety Performance.
A dog act has won the popular reality show twice across its ten-series span - with Ashleigh and Pudsey taking the prize in 2012, before Jules and her pooch Matisse became champions in 2015.
Double act! Presenters Ant and Dec also scrubbed up well, continuing the chic navy uniform
Good spirits: He beamed after finishing filming on the new series
However the most recent series in 2016 was won by magician Richard Jones, who paid an emotional tribute to the Armed Forces during his performance at the Royal Variety.
Last month, it was reported that bosses of the ITV show have now been forced to start travelling the nation in search of participants following a dip in applications.
Show producer Charlie Irwin told the Daily Star: 'We have to make the show more accessible now. We have to go to people to encourage them to audition.'
New series: The BGT auditions got underway last Saturday in London, and will next head to Manchester in order to hunt for the most unique talent around the country
Multi-tasker: Simon took time out of daddy duties to judge the show
'A lot of the time people won't come to us anymore. We need to go everywhere in the UK to encourage people to audition.'
Added fellow producer Clair Breen: 'It gets 100% harder each year. The biggest brief is 'Find something that we have not seen before' or 'Get something we have seen and we can put a twist on it'.
'It is really tough as there are tons of talent shows. It is not easily done.'
Fun times: The group looked in good spirits as they left the auditions
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