Britain's Got Talent fans left fuming as act insults Stephen Mulhern telling Honey Scott 'how dare you?'
SATURDAY Night Takeaway star Stephen Mulhern got taken down a peg or two on Britain's Got Talent last night.
He was the subject of a jibe from performer Honey Scott who joked about his spin-off show getting axed.
Stephen, 45, used to front Britain's Got More Talent on ITV2 and has said he dearly misses doing it.
But he got a rough ride last night when Honey sung a song about Britain's Got Talent.
One verse went: "Ant and Dec now I'm feeling the pressure, they've been jolly good chums forever.
"Stephen Mulhern's not as good as them two, that's why he's not on ITV2."
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The line went down well on the show, with Simon Cowell pictures laughing heartily.
However, she soon had to face the wrath of the star's fans with one tweeting: "Why did Honey have to bring Stephen Mulhern into this !?!"
Another fumed: "No!!!!! four buzzers for Honey Scott please how DARE she insult Stephen Mulhern this show is nothing without him and bgmt."
A third wrote: "My 11 year old just flipped because some kid on #bgt dissed @StephenMulhern Shes proper gunning for that kid."
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However, the judges loved her performance, delivering the four yeses she asked for in her song.
Alesha Dixon told her: "What a sweet idea. There's nothing more refreshing that someone standing there, no smoke and mirrors, just with a guitar.
"I really like you, really good."
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