Loveable Rogues to get reality TV show

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BGT judge David Walliams

'Britain's Got Talent' contestants Loveable Rogues are set to get their own reality TV show after impressing bosses during their audition.

'Britain's Got Talent' contestants Loveable Rogues are set to get their own reality TV show after judge David Walliams gave his backing.

The threesome - lead singer Te Eugene, ukulele player Sonny Jay and guitarist Eddie Brett - wowed the audience and judges with their cheeky performance on Saturday's (21.04.12) episode of the ITV1 show and TV bosses were so impressed they now want to give them their own programme.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "They could be TV gold. Their little slot was magic, funny and proved to be really likeable.

"It is the kind of thing that would really work on television. They could get involved in a fly-on-the-wall style mockumentary they proved so popular."

David said: "They should have their own TV show."

However, the group admitted they were terrified while watching the episode on Saturday night because they didn't remember what they had said.

They explained on ITV1's 'Lorraine': "We couldn't remember what happened on the day so we were terrified watching it, wondering what we had said.

It's been such an emotional journey and we're just so happy that the three of us can do it together. "

The group also revealed they tried out for 'Britain's Got Talent' because they wanted to perform their own song.

They said: "We wanted to be credible. A big part of the appeal of applying for 'Britain's Got Talent' is that we could perform our own song."

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