A retired lollipop lady has been banned from ITV1 after producers of 'Britain's Got Talent' deemed her audition too "filthy" for mainstream television.
Lorraine - a 65-year-old granny who calls herself 'The Dancing Queen' - stunned judges Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff with her dirty dancing routine, before giving an rude interview to the cameras, so her appearance has now been relegated to ITV2 spin-off show 'Britain's Got More Talent', which is hosted by Stephen Mulhern.
A source said: "Lorraine really is something else. We liked her energy but her act was a bit filthy for a mainstream audience. We thought it was best to inflict her on Stephen on ITV2."
During her audition, Lorraine told the panel: "I'm a wild woman. I'm the Dancing Queen. I'm 65 and 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."
Meanwhile, raunchy dancer Tallulah Belle left judge David smitten after performing a sexy burlesque routine.
He said: "This is why I left America. I found that very charming, very sexy and very entertaining."
'Britain's Got Talent' airs on ITV1 on tomorrow (16.04.11).