An 81-year-old lady is being hailed as a possible winner of this year's Britain's Got Talent, according to reports. Janey Cutler received a standing ovation after she impressed the judges and audience at the Glasgow auditions.
It has been reported that the singer performed a rendition of Edith Piaf's 'Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien' for Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden.
One witness told The Sun: "It was that amazing moment where everyone realises something very special has just happened.
"Janey was fabulous and the judges were blown away. She's the one to beat. Definitely."
Cutler's success at the audition is already been compared to Susan Boyle, who wowed the judges with her performance of 'I Dreamed A Dream' at the Glasgow try-outs in 2009.
Meanwhile, Cowell has revealed that he is worried that Britain is running out of talent.
The entertainment mogul is concerned that Britain's Got Talent will not be able to return in 2011.
The 50-year-old has revealed that the current auditions for the TV talent show have been the "worst ever".
Sources said that Simon made an apology to the audience at the Cardiff auditions over the "terrible" acts that they had to endure, says the Daily Star.
Cowell told the 1600-strong audience: "You have just witnessed one of the worst days in Got Talent history."
Amanda confessed: "This afternoon there have been no potential winners and no talent.
"It was one of the worst shows we've ever had."
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