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Peter Kay's Britain's Got the Pop Factor ... and Possibly a New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly on Ice (or Britain's Got the Pop Factor for short) is Peter Kay's Affectionate Parody of TV talent shows, but its main influence is The X Factor.

The show is a one-off episode in the format of a talent show Grand Finale, using recaps to explain the finalists' journeys. The production is very accurate; three of the judges from Pop Idol appear as themselves.

This show contains examples of


 Cat: (audience gets loud) The voting lines have officially closed. The votes have been counted and verified. Could we please have quiet in the studio?

(audience does not get any quieter)

Cat: Quiet, please.

(audience gets even louder)

Cat: FUCKING SHUT UP! (Beat) Thank you!

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