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***WARNING - CONTAINS IMAGES OF A WOMAN'S BUM WITH A DOG'S FACE PAINTED ON IT 'EATING' SAUSAGES***
There are all kinds of skills that fall under the umbrella of talent.
If you can sing, dance, do magic, or make people laugh you have a decent chance of doing well on a talent show. If not, maybe just paint a dog's face on your a*** and eat sausages with your bum and see how that goes, yeah?
That appears to have been the logic of a contestant on the German version of Britain's Got Talent, Das Supertalent, who left the judges, audience and TV viewers shocked with her hungry bum routine.
Duckie L'Orange didn't say a word during her performance - but her actions spoke plenty loud enough.
It began fairly innocuously as she took to the stage with a dog cage, however, things took a turn after she disappeared behind a curtain and began barking. As the judges looked on quizzically, she then re-emerged with her trousers lowered, revealing her dog-faced bottom as she pranced about the stage.
But while this alone was enough to stun viewers, people really had no idea what Duckie L'Orange had left up her sleeve/bum.
After covering up the dog bum and returning to the character of the pet-owner, she held up a missing dog poster, seemingly distressed by the loss. But then, she clearly had a brainwave, laying a string of sausages out on the floor and disappearing behind the curtain once again.
At this point, members of the audience and the judging panel shot glances at each other, all clearly concerned about what was about to go down.
Sure enough, the dog then returned from behind the curtain and proceeded to gobble up the sausages through a pretty disgusting series of buttock clenches, sending the place into meltdown - and judge Dieter Bohlen off his chair.
Despite clearly delivering one of the most memorable performances in Das Supertalent history, Duckie L'Orange was denied passage to the next round, with judges evidently not keen to see if the dog could work up more of an appetite.
Still, she got some pretty good exposure, that's for sure.
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