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.
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."
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