Amanda Holden faced a bit of a backlash from the live Britain’s Got Talent audience during tonight’s episode of the show when she royally slammed one of the hopefuls.
To be fair, he did “murder” a classic Disney song, but let’s try and keep this friendly, eh Amanda?
Rocker Aaron Marshall was hoping to get on stage in front of the royal family later this year to give an out-of-tune performance of kids’ fave Let It Go from Frozen.
Aaron shouted the lyrics in a full on screamo style, with an offended Amanda pushing her buzzer within seconds because he had totes ruined the classic song.
Not cool, Aaron, not cool.
However, pressing the buzzer wasn’t enough for the 44-year-old TV judge, who goes on to rant: “Get off. Get off.
“It’s like Satan singing.”
As the audience start booing, she adds: “I really hope you lose your voice this afternoon.
“I found that offensive. It’s a big fat cold icy frozen ‘No’ from me.”
We kind of figured that, love.
Upon seeing how irate his fellow judge was getting, obviously Simon Cowell couldn’t help but wind her up even more, telling the 20-year-old hopeful: “I can hear you doing a whole album of classics like that.”
Despite Amanda’s dramatic outburst, a spokesperson for the show has assured us that she won’t be facing the axe like controversial X Factor New Zealand judges Natalia Kills and Willy Moon, saying in a statement: “Viewers will be shocked by Amanda’s outburst over a Disney song.
“Amanda is not risking the axe from the show. She gave an honest critique of the performance.”
Phew, looks like Amanda’s BGT seat is safe for now….
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