BGT judges threatened by rappers
A religious rap band had to be marched out of the 'Britain's Got Talent' auditions after threatening the judges following their rejection from the show
A religious rap band were marched out of the 'Britain's Got Talent' auditions after threatening the judges.
The group thought they could wow the panel - made up of Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden - with a song about teaching maths to children.
However, the crowd were left unimpressed and all three judges buzzed them off.
But the group - who visit London schools teaching pupils to rap their times-tables - were left furious and demanded another audition, but were branded "flops" and buzzed off again.
They then demanded a showdown with Piers as they felt he had been the worst with his comments.
One of them fumed: "We wanna see Piers now! Let's see if he is man enough to say what he thinks to our faces."
The group were then marched out of venue, with a show source telling the Daily Star newspaper: "Because of their threats and language they had to be kicked out. They acted like idiots. Sore losers."