Queen delighted audiences at The Oscars last night as they opened the awards ceremony with 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are the Champions' in front of an A-list audience.
But one person who was not impressed with their performance was Spice Girls Mel B, who wanted “more pizzazz”.
Mel B was appearing on Good Morning Britain alongside Queen drummer Roger Taylor where she told him exactly what she thought about his performance with singer Adam Lambert.
Never one to hold her tongue, she said: “I did say that I wanted more pizzazz but you can’t get away from the opening of the Oscars being what it is.
“There’s pressure, there’s a lot of eyeballs on it and Adam Lambert, the whole thing, did do great I just wanted more pizzazz, sorry.”
When Roger asked her if she meant from the whole show, she replied: “Just from the opening number.”
Host Susanna Reid begged the musician “please don’t walk” but thankfully, Roger laughed off the awkward incident.
Oh god, Mel B now giving Roger Taylor performance critique. That's Mel B from the Spice Girls. Honestly, what a totally ludicrous start to the week 😂 #GMB- Glen (@GJPatterson) February 25, 2019
Wow Mel B critiquing Roger Taylor's performance with Queen 🙈🙈 #gmb- Emma Crease (@emma_crease) February 25, 2019
Mel B giving Roger Taylor X Factor style critique!!! Actually cringing for her and bet he is really wounded....not!!! Why is she even there #GMB- Emma Salt (@supersalty) February 25, 2019
"He was amazing, he has a great intensity and he’s had a clean sweep of all the awards, good for him, he’s such a great guy. He has a lot of Freddie’s qualities and he’s floating on air."
Roger added: "He got really close spiritually, he had it in the eyes, he was in a different body. He was physically different to Freddie, but he was incredible in the role."
Good Morning Britain airs on weekdays from 6am on ITV. You can catch up on all of Digital Spy's Oscars coverage right here.
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