65-year-old granny banned from ITV1 showing of Britain's Got Talent because her dance moves are "too dirty"


A 65-year-old granny who auditioned for Britain's Got Talent 2011 has reportedly had her audition cut from the main ITV1 show after bosses deemed her moves "too dirty". Lorraine, who calls herself "The Dancing Queen", left the judges speechless after her "outrageous" moves at her Birmingham audition.

She told the judges: "I'm a wild woman. I'm the Dancing Queen. I'm 65 and I wear all the young men out. When I'm dancing I'm on another planet. It's all about the hip action. I've got the energy of three people. I know that for a fact. I'm like a volcano waiting to explode."

The Hoff however blasted Lorraine: "You're scaring me. You are the reason I almost didn't take this job - I was afraid I'd run into someone like you."


However not one to be insulted, Lorraine called the US star a "w**ker", adding: "I'm not happy. That Yank with the big mouth says he's seen better dancers than me."

A source told The Sun: "Lorraine really is something else. We liked her energy but her act was a bit filthy for a mainstream audience. We thought it best to inflict her on Stephen over on ITV2."

Britain's Got Talent 2011 returns tomorrow on ITV1 at 8:20PM.

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