Producers on the hit ITV series have supposedly told acts hoping to sing Adele's tracks to not bother.
First auditions for this year's BGT took place last year and apparently LOADS of people turned up singing the likes of Hello and When We Were Young.
"The producers were sick of hearing the same songs over and over again," a source revealed. "They had to start telling people to sing material from another artist.”
The Daily Star on Sunday newspaper reports that the ban didn't go down well with some acts who were left disappointed by the blacklisting of the signer.
The source told the tabloid: “Quite a few weren’t happy. A lot of them had only prepared one song properly so it completely threw them.
“They were told to sing something else, which didn’t go down well with everyone.
“But the producers didn’t really have a choice because it was getting so repetitive and Britain’s Got Talent is all about variety.”
Singing acts often dominate the BGT auditions a number have gone on to win over the years, from Series 1 champ Paul Potts to 2014's group Collabro.
Britain's Got Talent airs on ITV.