Foul-mouthed three-year-old sets sights on Britain's Got Talent

A three-year-old girl who became an internet sensation for her F-word outburst in the ice-bucket challenge is set to become the next star of Britain’s Got Talent – as a rapper.

Thee-year-old Scarlett-Rose Davis
Thee-year-old Scarlett-Rose Davis

Angel-faced Scarlett-Rose Davis was captured on film swearing when her grandparents tipped a saucepan full of warm water over her head.

The three-year-old’s outburst went viral on the internet after her granddad Stuart, 33, uploaded it to YouTube.

It has now emerged the toddler, from Walsall, is preparing to audition in front of Simon Cowell for a chance to appear on next year’s Britain’s Got Talent.

Her grandmother Carla Davis-Ball, 40, said she wanted to be a rapper or a singer and hoped her internet fame would help her pursue a career in the music business.

She said: "Scarlett has loved the attention since the video has gone around the world. She might be just three but she already knows what she wants.

"She would love to be a singer or a rapper. We’re going to try and get her on Britain’s Got Talent.

"She might try out as a rapper but she’ll have to watch her language considering it’s a family show.

"I think she'd do well on the show, she’s got great stage presence and is confident as anything.

"I've been on the Britain’s Got Talent website and I’m putting her name down. I know the auditions start next year.

"I would do it for her. I would do anything for her."

Comments for: "Foul-mouthed three-year-old sets sights on Britain's Got Talent"

WBPete

Where's Social Services when you need them?

Parents and grandparents are a disgrace. Swearing at three years old?!

They sum up everything that's gone wrong with society.

charlie.bear.5836

Social Services?

They're all having an endless seminar miles away from Rotherham.

Boinggobaggies

Classy !

rmpiedra

What 'talent' does this child have? A potty mouth?

Some people live in cloud-cuckoo-land.

I imagine she is a delight at nursery.

Mevanst.

I have seen the video posted on facebook. None of the comments were positive and certainly no one, myself included, were impressed.

Ronnie Allen

Stuart, 33, will no doubt be a great grandfather by the time he is 48. Pat yourself on the back son.

Maybe the video should have gone feral and not viral. A better description.

Britain's got talent alright.

charlie17

Disgusting, and at 3 she can only get it from her home, that sort of language must included in normal conversation. ITV and the X Factor should be ashamed of themselves sensationalising this behaviour and also the Express & Star.

Blue Boy

I saw this video online and was totally shocked at the foul language from such a young person. The parents and grandparents should be as disgusted as most decent people, but seem so proud of their poor parenting skills that the family posted it for the world to see. Social workers should be investigating (if they are not already) this family before it is too late to save this little girl

markie

No social workers would defend this family and say they are inadequate. You don't have to be in Rotherham to find bad social workers. They are all over the country.

charlie.bear.5836

Perfect demonstration of the class and culture of Walsall and the borough to the rest of the world.

charlie.bear.5836

Merely an observation, but grandparents seem to be getting even younger than policemen these days.

CoRnIsHWoLf

"I would do it for her, I would do anything for her".....................I would suggest adoption!

Graham

Low life's springs to mind

Boinggobaggies

Graham I believe wolfmaster2000's comment just proves your point !

Mmmmm

This is just so wrong.

Who in their right mind would be so proud of their 3 year old's acquired vocabulary to post it on Facebook and you tube ?

Did I read that right, grand dad Stuart is 33 ?

JohnWishbear

Grandad at 33... tut tut.... Wonder if he has a job?

Wolfmaster2000

Some people are just utter snobs

charlie17

No, we are not snobs, but have been educated to show respect. I have not watched or listened to the video but believe the language used would normally be associated with squaddies in the army in basic training or maybe a group at a football match but not in a family home. It will be an interesting case study to see what profession this young lady joins in the years to come and then ask, if she is successful, if she considers herself to be a snob because she lives in a pleasant area, a comfortable house and has a fairly new car. Envy is a dreadful thing and some people want what successful people have without working for it.

The Voice of Reason

If my 3 year old daughter used language like that I'd be wondering where I'd gone wrong as a father. The video is not funny or cute, it's just an example of poor parenting.

Woody

Spot on mate.

Scarlett-Rose Davis, Carla Davis-Ball ?

All these double-barrelled names, they must be right snobs.

Graham

Wolfmaster 2000 not sure who you are having a pop at but I don't drive a range rover I prefer more exclusive cars.

Mevanst.

I think the old Wolfmaster was popping off his foul mouth at all us 'snobs'. Because clearly, anyone who does not think a 3 year old with a sailor mouth is funny or cute, can only be a snob. Well, if that is the case, then count me as one big snob and also make note that I am able to express myself without resorting to dead common profanity.

Graham

Mevanst thank you for pointing that out as I wasn't sure who he/she was having a pop at but like your good self I prefer to string a few words together without use of the "F" word or silly name calling. One thing is for certain when I was a kid had I or any other child have used such bad language it would not have been recorded instead my backside would have been sore

Aynuck

Sadly, this little girls future is already mapped out because of her poor upbringing and it looks as though she is going to be instilled with an exaggerated sense of entitlement coupled with totally unrealistic expectations which means that she'll be unemployable in the unlikely event that she ever manages to get through school.

Why would the idiot grandparents subject a three year old to a drenching with a saucepan of water water in the first place?

To then make public the resulting obscene language which the child must have learned at home beggars belief.

Social services should do the little girl a massive favour and separate her from her cretinous family immediately.

oldrocker

'Stu, what's 'cretinous' mean?'

'Dow know Carla Bab.'