British singer Alesha Dixon was disappointed by her experience working with Carmen Electra on Britain's Got Talent after the actress snubbed her efforts to make friends.
The former Baywatch beauty was recruited to join the panel of the U.K. TV competition as a stand-in for judge Amanda Holden, who gave birth in January (12).
Dixon admits she and funnyman David Walliams had hoped to strike up a friendship with Electra but the American wasn't interested.
She says, "She didn’t seem interested in getting to know us. Carmen didn’t give much back. (But) she seemed a little bit more comfortable by day three.”
Electra lost popularity with the crowds at the auditions, too - she was booed for criticising an aspiring young singer and a popular dance group.