Simon Cowell has threatened to quit 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The music mogul - who judges the reality show alongside Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan - has warned he is considering leaving the ITV programme after auditions in London were filled with bizarre acts.
He said: "What the b****y hell? I am not going to be back next year. I am not kidding. I can't do this anymore. I am 50 years old."
Simon's outburst came after he watched a 66-year-old woman attach a hosepipe to a toy penguin and play it like a musical instrument for her audition.
He told Amanda: "This is not what the show is all about!"
The final audition will take place at London's Hammersmith Apollo today.
Bosses at the ITV show are hopeful the "dismal" situation will improve by the end of the day.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Simon didn't think the auditions could get any worse after Cardiff, but London proved they could.
"The run of contestants was dismal. The judges just hope that some talent emerges before they wrap up the auditions."