Sex Pistols frontman Johnny Rotten has slammed organisers of The Brit Awards who hoped giving the rocker a lifetime achievement award would spice up their bland ceremony. The anti-establishment singer has branded the awards "all corporate" and insists it's too late for the organisation to try and recognise achievements in real music and garner bigger audiences. He says, "I don't want to know. They're wasting their time and they've been doing that for a long time. "They think they can just come along and use us. We're not a prop. We were never anyone's prop. They're just trying to glean some credibility. "I wrote something that meant something and had a serious effect on society. That's a lifetime achievement. "If they find themselves in a dumb-a**e predicament it's because they didn't listen in the first place. "The only person they can blame for getting the music industry in a state of a**holes is themselves. It's too late to come back and go, 'Oh, help us out.'"