By JODY THOMPSON
Not that innocent: Britney Spears impersonator was on the Britain's Got Talent second live semi-final tonight - despite being voted off by all three judges at her audition
She caused controversy for getting through to the Britain's Got Talent semi-finals despite getting buzzed off by all three judges in auditions - but Britney Spears impersonator Lorna Bliss was back on the show tonight for another Toxic performance.
The 30-year-old wannabe singer sparked accusations of a fix when she was put through despite being voted off in auditions for her racy near-naked routine which finished with her draping herself across the judges' desk.
But despite being given a second chance, she threw her opportunity away tonight with some dodgy dance moves and seriously wobbly singing and got voted off for the final time.
Red hot: But despite the bikini followed by the red PVC jacket and hat, Lorna didn't impress the judges with her performance
The winners of the show were talented boyband New Bounce and boogie woogie pianist Jean Martyn.
Before Lorna even took to the stage for a second time however, bosses had gone to great lengths to explain to baffled viewers why she had been reinstated in the first place.
Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly asked judge Amanda Holden to explain and she blamed it on co-judge David Hasselhoff.
She said: 'When we were doing the deliberation about which acts to put through, we realised something was missing from the show.
Throwing it away: The Britney impersonator ditched her hat - and any chance of being in Saturday's grand final if the judges have their way
'The Hoff realised it was Lorna Bliss, so the Hoff started it and I'm sure Simon will finish it.'
Lorna, who claims to have spent £150,000 over the years to look like her idol, then took to the stage to impersonate Britney when she made her infamous MTV VMAs appearance singing Slave 4 U in 2001 - complete with yellow snake.
She was also wearing a replica costume of the skimpy green bikini top with blue big pants with added blue and green tassels that the star wore for her now iconic performance.
Need a lift? But the Britney impersonator was dumped by the judges after her second time on the show
She then did a quick change into red PVC to reprise a version of Oops, I Did It Again - but despite the costumes and backing dancers, her thin voice failed to hit many of the notes and her choreography was lacking yet again.
Simon buzzed her off first, before fellow judges David and Michael McIntyre followed suit.
Previously, show fans were up in arms about her being allowed back on the show again.
Britain's Got Talent is on every day this week on ITV1 at 7.30pm and 9.30pm, as the further acts are whittled down to qualify for Saturday's final - and the chance to win £100,000 and play for The Queen at the Royal Variety Performance in December.
Lorna Bliss - Britains Got Talent Live Semi-Final - 2011