Grandmother's dance act too raunchy for Britain's Got Talent

Grandmother's dance act too raunchy for Britain's Got Talent

Known as Lorraine, the grandmother stunned judges David Hasselhoff, Amanda Holden and Michael McIntyre with her performance, the Daily Mail reported.

"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," Lorraine informed the audience before her performance.

But Hasselhoff who, along with McIntyre, is one of the show's two new judges, was not impressed by Lorraine's moves.

"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," the 'Baywatch' star told the grandmother, much to her annoyance.
Lorraine had some choice adjectives to describe Hasselhoff for his criticism of her performance in an interview post her time on stage.

And now, ITV bosses have decided that Lorraine's act is too much for the main ITV show. Her audition will now be shown on the ITV2 accompanying programme Britain's Got More Talent.