Britain's Got Talent judges Amanda Holden, David Hasselhoff and Michael McIntyre were reportedly upset to find their decisions on the showbeen overruled by show bosses. According to the Daily Star, acts who the trio had turned down had in actual fact been put through to "spice up" the live shows.
One such act was Britney lookalike Lorna Bliss, who had auditioned for the judges in Liverpool last night. Despite the judges finding her routine entertaining, she got three buzzers and didn't make it through. However show bosses reportedly raged at the panel: "There is no glamour!
“Where’s the sex appeal? This just won’t turn the viewers on.”
According to the tabloid, producers overruled the judges and Lorna will now being going on to compete in the live finals in June this year.
Michael McIntyre reportedly "hit the roof" behind the scenes of the show after finding out that he and his fellow judges had their decisions changed. "[Michael] claimed that their original decision over Lorna should stand since they really knew how bad she was," the report states.
A show source added: “Michael was not happy.
“He felt that since he, Amanda and The Hoff had sat through all those auditions it was only right that their verdict should count for something.”