Ouch. The pop wannabes who performed on BBC talent show The Voice have been slammed by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, who has referred to their performances as 'out of tune'.
The show, which was focused on uncovering a singing star with a strong voice above everything else, was a moderate ratings hit - but proved a flop with music fans after winner Leanne Mitchell's debut single failed to make the Top 40.
Now, one of the UK's foremost singing experts has criticised the show's entrants.
"I don't know what the problem was there. Everyone was out of tune all the time," said Webber in an interview with the Radio Times.
"I just couldn't watch it. Unfortunately, I have perfect pitch - it's either one of the great advantages or the greatest affliction in life.
"When people sing out of tune, I just can't listen."
The musical theatre icon spoke ahead of the launch of his own TV talent search, 'Superstar' which begins on ITV this weekend, 7 July, 2012.
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