Britain's Got Talent guest judge Carmen Electra failed to win over the crowds as she stepped in for Amanda Holden at yesterday's London auditions.
The Playboy model turned actress was booed and jeered by the audience as she commented on the acts, with staff worried about how badly the blonde beauty was coming across.
An unsure Alesha said of her new fellow judge: "Carmen is interesting... it's nice to have another female on the panel."
But she defended the US star, saying: "It's difficult to come from another country and understand British humour."
Meanwhile Britain's Got More Talent host Stephen Mulhern revealed: "They [the audience] nearly turned on her, the audience were going for her. It's worrying."
BGT sources had previously expressed concerns over the new judge this morning, with one insider telling the Daily Mirror: "She looks great and is very opinionated, but there is a concern from some of the BGT production crew that she will not be the most familiar face to all the viewers.
“But as usual, what Simon [Cowell] says, he usually gets.”
Fortunately for show bosses, Carmen will only be staying for the new two days, with Amanda Holden confirming her return today at the weekend's auditions in Scotland.
Britain's Got Talent 2012 will return to ITV1 this April.