Wurst show ever! Contestant on Germany’s version of Britain’s Got Talent horrifies judges by ‘eating a sausage with her bottom’
- Duckie L’Orange stunned audience and judging panel when she bared her rear
- She had drawn a face on her back and bottom of a dog and then ‘ate’ sausages
- Horrified judges and audience members could barely watch the talent show act
A comedian horrified judges on the German version of Britain’s Got Talent after she ‘ate’ sausages with her bottom.
Act Duckie L’Orange stunned the audience and judging panel when she dropped her trousers before turning around to reveal she had a face of a dog drawn on her rear.
The x-rated comedian then sat down on stage and proceeded to ‘eat’ a string of sausages with her bottom.
Both the audience and the Das Supertalent judges reacted with horror, with many covering their eyes.
One judge, model Bruce Darnell, was so shocked he ran away from the panel and into the audience.
As he fled, he repeated ‘Oh my God’.
Sylvie Meis, a Dutch TV star, gasped in horror and covered her mouth as the act took place while musician Dieter Bohlen turned his back before slipping off his chair and hiding under his desk.
Duckie L’Orange stunned the audience and judging panel when she dropped her trousers for her act
She had drawn a dog’s face on her back and rear and shuffled across the stage before ‘eating’ a string of sausages
Both the audience and the Das Supertalent judges reacted with horror, with many covering their eyes
In the shocking footage, Duckie shuffled across the stage on her bottom before shaking her body and hips back and forth to ‘consume’ the sausages.
On her website, she describes herself as ‘a Berlin based performance artist with a twist’ and even does shows for children.
Her bio says: ‘She does weird and wacky interactive performances for kids, and equally wacky but significantly dirtier shows for adults.’
She claims that her wide range of skills include puppetry, children’s entertainment and burlesque.
The comedian was appearing on the German show, which is one of many international spin-offs of Simon Cowell’s Britain’s Got Talent.