The judges of "Britain's Got Talent" have seen all sorts of acts, from the horrible to the impressive ones. But nothing prepared them for a 65-year-old grandmother whose dance act was too raunchy for the family show that it was cut in the editing room.
A former lollipop lady, Lorraine introduced herself to the audience, "I'm a wild woman. I'm the Dancing Queen. I'm 65 and I wear all the young men out. When I'm dancing I'm on another planet. It's all about the hip action. I've got the energy of three people. I know that for a fact. I'm like a volcano waiting to explode."
Her dance included a bumping and grinding. David Hasselhoff who is new to the British panel said, "You're scaring me. You are the reason I almost didn't take this job - I was afraid I'd run into someone like you." Lorraine did not take the criticism well, giving the judge bad words in the post-performance interview.
Although not qualified for the main show, Lorraine's act would be broadcast on the ITV2 accompanying program "Britain's Got More Talent". Meanwhile, the main show starts on ITV1 Sunday, April 17 night.