Here's a look at this weekend's inevitable Britain's Got Talent controversies hitting the headlines.
From supposed drug scandals to animal cruelty claims, claims of a fix to poor editing, the BGT auditions have a bad habit of prompting problems this year.
And this weekend is no different with more acts finding themselves in hot water.
The first is dance troupe IMD who have been thrown into quite the storm over a video of one their members 'using the N word'.
The Vine in which 17-year-old Gabriella Champkins appears was uploaded just after their audition, the Daily Star Sunday reports.
A show source told the paper: “This video doesn’t fit with Britain’s Got Talent’s image at all. It’s not something Gabriella posted years ago, it was uploaded just over a month ago.
“Producers are likely to give her a talking to and there is a chance she will be asked to go over this.”
A spokesperson for BGT said: “Gabriella did not intend any offence.”
Meanwhile there's been the usual allegations of a fix after it was revealed that Amanda Holden's golden buzzer act Revelation Avenue Singers previously performed on X Factor and a number of other TV shows including ITV's Text Santa.
But the people from BGT were quick to point out: “Revelation Avenue performed on the X Factor as backing singers for Journey South in 2009.
“The choir have changed members numerous times since then and only two members remain from the original line-up.”
Finally, hosts Ant and Dec have revealed the truth behind Hypno dog explaining how they spent 30 minutes with German spitz Princess off camera before the act.
However they, along with Simon Cowell, insist that the act was "100% real".
The Britain's Got Talent 2015 auditions continue next Saturday evening on ITV.
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