BGT to serve up lasagne song to the nation
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judges were served up a song about lasagne during an eventful day of auditions at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff, Wales.
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judges and fans were blown away by a song about lasagne during auditions yesterday (17.01.13).
The song about the layered meat and pasta dish is based on the 70s hit 'Y Viva Espana' and the tune and its Welsh performer had the Cardiff crowd singing and cheering along, event though head judge Simon Cowell was left cold by the song.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "The song brought back memories of last year's 'Where's Me Keys, Where's Me Phone' hit by Mr Zip - that one shouldn't have been a hit but it was.
"Simon turned his nose up but the audience loved it and belted out the lyrics."
The lasagne-inspired song was not the only unusual performance at the auditions at the Millennium Centre on Thursday.
Other acts included one man who played a Westlife tune on his iPad and a singer who had written song about judge David Walliams.
However, Simon didn't enjoy the tribute to the 'Little Britain' star, which promoted David to taunt: "Don't get jealous! Just because I have a song about me and you don't!"
But Simon did enjoy the song 'Kiss My Ass', performed by The All Purpose Blues Band, and joined in with Amanda Holden Alesha Dixon during the audition.