Cheeky pensioner Kelly Fox was met with wild applause after her Britain’s Got Talent audition, as the 71-year-old told the judges to Kiss My Ass.
But Kelly wasn’t trying to be cheeky; instead she gave a rock-inspired, crowd-pleasing performance of the song of the same name by the All Purpose Blues Band.
As she walked on stage, in her edgy get-up, Simon Cowell appeared none-too-pleased, rolling his eyes and commenting to his fellow panel: “Give me a break.”
But it wasn’t long until OAP Kelly was belting out her gravely vocals, getting both the judges and the audience to sing and clap along.
The former entertainer, who hails from Rochdale, managed to put a big smile on the judges’ faces, with Alesha Dixon telling her: “You are an amazing woman. I’m so glad that we got to see you today, no you really are.
“You’ve got soul, you’ve got fire in your belly and every woman needs that song in their life. Every woman! It was so empowering and you do it with such a smile and you’re joyful. I love you.”
Simon Cowell, who cheekily landed a smacker his colleague Amanda Holden’s bottom during the performance, was also a fan, telling the 71-year-old: “Kelly I’ve got to say, you are an inspiration. You really are, you are. I love you.
“You’re like a little tiger aren’t you. I love the song and I’m going to remember you. I think you’re terrific.”
Watch Kelly’s hilarious – and inspiring – performance in the video above, and find out if she managed to get through to the next round of BGT.
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