Britain's Got Talent has received more than 100 Ofcom complaints from disgruntled viewers following the show's grand final.
The media watchdog confirmed 116 complaints from viewers about this year's final, when Norwegian comedian Viggo Wenn was announced as the winner last Sunday (June 4).
Ofcom revealed on Tuesday (May 30) that a further 69 complaints had been made following the episode.
It is clear that not everyone is happy to hear that Wiggo has won the talent show, as host Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly announced the show's 16th winner.
Viggo beat strong competition from young magician Cillian O'Connor and dancer Lillianna.
The high-jacketed Joker made trouble for himself when he accidentally swore directly in the air during his performance.
Harsh language prompted Ant and Dén to apologize to those watching at home.
Viggo performs on stage with a giant red balloon, but seems to get tense when it's opened.
Viggo in distress asked Ant and Dec: “Is it alive?” but before that could be heard her say “oh s**t”.
Judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and Bruno Tonioli were delighted to hear that Wiggo had won.