Sometimes, the auditions on Got Talent shows around the world can get pretty sexy. From stripteases to pole dancing routines and everything in between, some performances definitely turn up the sex appeal.
Check out five examples of steamy Got Talent auditions below. Get ready for some pretty NSFW content, and prepare to giggle over the judges’ shocked reactions.
Sexy ‘Got Talent’ Auditions From Around The World
America’s Got Talent
Joanna Kennedy auditioned for AGT Season 10 as a “passion and intimacy expert.” She promised to teach “how to have a great kiss,” using host Nick Cannon and a member of the audience as guinea pigs. Sexy music played as Joanna talked them through the moment, while the judges hit their red buzzers to make it stop.
Britain’s Got Talent
In 2012, Beatrix von Bourbon performed a burlesque striptease for the BGT judges. She started by opening a suitcase with nipple tassels stored inside. David Walliams and Simon Cowell definitely seemed to enjoy the performance, which ended with Beatrix removing her bra. “Do you have a second song?” Simon asked afterward.
Ukraine’s Got Talent
Anastasia Sokolova made the judges’ jaws drop with her pole dancing routine on Ukraine’s Got Talent. Dressed in a skimpy patent leather outfit and boots, Anastasia showed off some incredible moves, hanging upside down and swinging. The audience cheered her on as she performed and gave her a standing ovation.
Italia’s Got Talent
Members of a dance troupe called Les Farfadais performed a sexy bathtub routine on Italia’s Got Talent in 2015. It featured a man and a woman, dressed in white underwear, performing acrobatic moves in a tub full of water. The routine involved balancing, flips, and plenty of splashing.
France’s Got Talent
You’ve seen burlesque routines, but have you ever seen a couples’ striptease? Romeo and Lada performed just that on France’s Got Talent in 2013. Set to the James Bond theme, the pair started off in matching tuxedos and ended barely wearing anything. “Ooh la la!” declared one of the judges. We have to agree.