Lynda McMurray took to the Britain's Got Talent 2017 stage tonight with a rather unique act.
The 69 year old retired entertainer from Blackpool went before the judges in tonight's second audition episode of the series.
She told the judges she had been married three times and has been married to Alf for 36 years.
Her performance consisted of walking on stage dressed as Charlie Chaplin before stripping off to sing to Jessie J.
"It would be fantastic to appear before the royal family, especially if it was at the London Palladium, it's always been an ambition of mine," Lynda said.
It's fair to say the 'interesting' performance left the panel in tears of laughter with Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden in particular both cracking up.
"It was quite disturbing," remarked David Walliams as Amanda branded the act "absolutely hysterical".
Unfortunately for Lynda with nos from Alesha and Simon Cowell she didn't make the next round.
Another stand out audition for the wrong reasons came from Tony Allen.
55 year old bus driver from Hull Tony auditioned for the judges with his One Man Band act.
He said before performing: "This is the biggest musical day of my life, I love Britain's Got Talent and to perform in front of Royalty... WOW!"
However just a few seconds into the performance, poor Tony found himself buzzed off.
Not too upset, he reflected: "I did my best and it just wasn't my day."
"I think we should just leave it at that," reacted Simon Cowell.