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Honeyz not so hot, rule Talent judges

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High-heeled and scantily-clad, dance troupe Hot Honeyz have
finally tottered out of ITV's Britain's got Talent.

The all-girl group, which is based at the Mandy Ellen
School of Performing Arts in Maidstone, had impressed judges Simon,
Amanda and Piers on Saturday to reach the semi final.

But Monday's semi-final performance fell short of expectations,
with the dance troupe failing to impress the judges or the
voting public.

Piers Morgan branded the performance a "shambles",
saying he would have preferred to have seen the girls wearing more

Fellow judge Amanda Holden was more complimentary, telling the
group they had "upped their game" and had "beautiful figures".

On Tuesday the Honeyz were in Banks bar in Maidstone, where
they enjoyed a homecoming party and treated the Kent
Messenger to a one-off performance.

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