The bitchy off-air comments of the "Britain's Got Talent" judges are to be broadcast for the first time.
Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon will no longer be able to vent their frustrations in secret, with ITV2 poised to air their cutting remarks on the show's spin-off programme "Britain's Got More Talent", which is being hosted by Stephen Mulhern.
The 41-year-old presenter shared: "The judges forget they are filmed 24/7 when they are on set.
"So we have all the footage of their conversations where they are gossiping between auditions."
Stephen revealed the show's intention is to have a bit of fun with the behind-the-scenes clips.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, he explained: "We're going to use it to play a game.
"For example, we'll repeat things they've said about other people such as, "She's not really that nice in person" and ask which one said it and who it was about.
"It'll be like Russian Roulette, we'll play it and see who they were talking about.
"It's like they've never been on TV before, they know their microphone is on but they are still whispering."
Meanwhile, it was recently reported that Dec Donnelly will present the next series of "Britain's Got Talent" on his own, after impressing bosses with his "Saturday Night Takeaway" performance.
Dec, 42, has already filmed the audition segments with his long-time TV partner Ant McPartlin - but he is poised to go it alone for the remainder of the series after Ant was charged with drink-driving.
A source said: "The bosses at ITV loved him and want him back on screens as soon as possible, and Simon Cowell totally agrees that he's the best man for the job rather than bringing in a new face."