Megan McKenna back on Britain's Got Talent after making the live shows in 2009

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Megan McKenna is back on Britain's Got Talent this weekend.

The TOWIE reality star is also a singer (well, sort of) and previously made it to the live shows of Britain's Got Talent back in 2009.


However Simon Cowell will no doubt be happy to learn that this time Megan won't be taking to the stage to sing.

A part of two-piece vocal group Harmony with pal Demi, Megan sang for then-judges Simon, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan eight years ago, performing Wicked song What Is This Feeling?

Simon Cowell told the pair: "I hated the song, I'm not crazy about the outfits... I hated the song... [but] I actually liked you."

The duo got three yeses and made it through and went on to sing in the live semi-finals where they performed Cyndi Lauper’s Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, getting slated by Simon.

"Everything was great other than the singing," he remarked. "The singing was sort of atrocious, but then again the Spice Girls were Number 1 here. I just think we should have changed months to years in terms of the rehearsals."


This weekend sees Megan return to the show for a guest appearance on Britain's Got More Talent with Stephen Mulhern and Ant and Dec.

Stephen challenges Ant & Dec to a round of Celebrity Name Game, with TOWIE star Megan McKenna joining forces with Ant and Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby teaming up with Dec.

And you can see how Megan got in the game in this preview clip from the show on Saturday...

Britain’s Got More Talent continues with its new series on ITV2 with Stephen back for his 11th year this Saturday night.


Elsewhere this weekend, Stephen’s got a new look and he can’t wait to show it off to the Judges! And, while Ant & Dec might be cramping his style, it goes down a storm with Alesha! As for David, he clearly doesn’t like it…

Britain's Got More Talent airs Saturday, May 6 at 9:15PM on ITV2 straight after the main show which begins at 8PM on ITV.

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