Britain’s Got Talent hopeful Ferdinand Rennie insists his ‘nightmare’ audition was a ‘stitching’
A failed Britain’s Got Talent contestant has spoken out about her ‘nightmare’ day trying out the judges on the ITV programme.
Ferdinand Rennie, 62, was featured in the first episode of his new series BGT on Saturday, but he failed to pass the auditions after Simon Cowell said he ‘killed’ his favorite song mine.
Speaking to The Sun, Ferdinand claimed he had to wait 10 hours before getting a chance to perform, only to be hurled onto the stage in what he called ‘a stitch’ to make for a fellow contestant. looks ‘better’.
Going up: Failed Britain’s Got Talent auditioner Ferdinand Rennie, 62, has spoken out about his ‘nightmare’ day trying out the judges on the ITV show