BGT star shares why she turned down Simon Cowell and Katie Price ‘threesome’

Britain’s Got Talent's Francine Lewis turned down a "threesome" offer with Simon Cowell and Katie Price.

The impressionist starred on the ITV talent show back in 2013 which was when the opportunity was put forward by Simon himself.

During Britain's Got More Talent, he revealed he'd love to get in bed with both Francine and glamour model Katie.

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Recalling the moment, Francine exclusively said: "That's right, I was in the semi-final and I won it and Katie rang in and they do a show after the ITV2 show with Stephen Mulhern and Katie rung in.

"She said 'Oh Simon, if you had to pick between me and Francine?' and he went 'To be honest, I've have you both in a threesome'.

"I was like 'Well, yeah, why not?'"

She added: "No, I've got to be honest, I fancied Simon and there is something about him, he's just charming.

"He's got it all and he's rich as hell and got a yacht. I thought that he was the nicest guy and I think he's very good looking."

So, why did she turn it down?

Francine explained: "If I wasn't married, obviously if I wasn't married. Although saying that, I'm not someone who likes to share and he wouldn't have been able to handle both of us.

At the time, Katie said on the show: "I think it is amazing Francine has gone through, I am a big fan of hers, she is so good at her impressions."

And when Simon offered the cheeky offer, Katie asked Francine: "Are you up for that Francine?" And Simon quipped back: "Well two of us are anyway."

Francine talked to us as she promoted her brand new show Deep Fake Neighbour Wars, where she plays Kim Kardashian.

Talking about the show, she said: "The makeup and hair tea were incredible so I felt like Kim K on set even though I was dressed as a bus driver.

"I remember when they said they were going to get my costume and they handed me over this really ugly bikini and bus driver outfit and I was like 'Oh yeah, of course,' as it's not like Kim K as we know her.

"It was very funny, I thought the script was incredible, I loved the whole take on it and it's had such great feedback. "

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