Britain's Got Talent 2013 star Kelly Fox has said her grandkids love her outrageous act!
Kelly - real name Sandra Broadbent - shocked the panel with her performance of Kiss My Ass’ by the All Purpose Blues Band.
The 71 year old even had Simon Cowell impressed after her audition.
“Kelly that was fantastic and you know you put a smile on Simon’s face," David Walliams said.
And Simon himself told her: “Kelly I’ve got to say, you are an inspiration. You really are, you are. I love you. You’re like a little tiger aren’t you. I love the song and I’m going to remember you. I think you’re terrific.”
Speaking after her audition at the weekend, Kelly said that her grandkids have become her biggest fans!
“My grandkids love it – I sang at my grandson’s wedding this year," she told the official ITV BGT website. "I always used to think my own kids would rather I stayed at home and knitted and made a Victoria sponge but they have actually come out now and been really supportive.
“I was married at to my first husband at 16 and had four kids by 21. I didn’t get into the singing until I was 27. I even did standup for a bit but that is much harder than singing because the audience is so subjective.
“Will I ever grow old gracefully? No way."
Kelly also spoke out about her past attempts at fame on New Faces back in the 80s.
She explained: “I was on the pilot of New Faces in ’86 with Marti Caine. Nina Mishkow was on the panel and I didn’t know who she was. I came on on the back of a great big motorbike and she was really critical.
"Marti asked me what I thought of Nina’s remarks and I said I wanted to garage my bike in her mouth. It was live! I don’t think they asked the performers for their response after that!”
Let's hope Kelly will watch her mouth if she makes the live shows of BGT!
Britain's Got Talent 2013 continues next weekend on ITV.
Browse our picture recap of this weekend's auditions below...