A WORCESTER drag act left X-Factor judges speechless on X-Factor on Saturday night.

Performer Ginny Lemon, who has the signature catchphrase 'fancy a slice?', burst onto the screens saying - "I'm from Worcester- just like the sauce", during auditions held at Thorpe Park in Surrey, Greater London.

Following a wild performance of Liberty X's Just A Little Bit with a considerable amount of gyrating, Ginny was told by judge Sharon Osbourne: "You're a great visual performer, just need to tone it down."

However, in a tongue-in-cheek interview with the Worcester News, Ginny said she would not be toning down her act. She also said she was 17, lived under a bridge in Worcester city centre and had received four yeses from the judges.

After Ginny's performance, Judge Simon Cowell said: "What the hell just happened".

Ginny said she was going to give a rendition of her own song entitled Bake A Cake, but Louis Walsh suggested to do Just A Little Bit instead.

"They (X-Factor) have changed my backing track and all the music I did," she said.

Ginny added: "Drag queens are part of gay history."

The performer is billed on X-Factor as a-28-year-old human resources worker.

Lewis Croucher is the performer behind Ginny Lemon and was previously known as act Lewis Spelt Backwards, and has appeared as a vintage clothing expert on BBC’s Trash to Cash.

His act came second in Miss Drag Idol UK after being pipped to the post by performer Tracy Barlow.

For more information on Ginny Lemon, go to Ginnylemon69 on Facebook and Twitter.