Dannii Minogue hints at BGT role
Dannii Minogue has hinted she could become a judge on 'Britain's Got Talent', replacing comedian Michael McIntyre
Dannii Minogue has hinted she could become a judge on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The former 'X Factor' mentor is in line to replace comedian Michael McIntyre - who quit his role as a panellist after only one season of the ITV1 show in order to concentrate on a 100-date stand-up tour - and Dannii admitted she loves the talent competition.
She told Heart FM: "I do love the show, it's so funny.
"I don't have any TV booked in for the next year. I haven't made any decisions. Let's see what happens."
The 39-year-old beauty explained she was flattered by the reaction of her fans to rumours she would be joining the 'BGT' panel and promised to make a decision "soon".
Speaking on ITV1's 'This Morning', she said: "There's lots of things being discussed. But you know what's nice is that there's been an incredible reaction since the rumours were out.
"I'm always reading what my fans are saying on twitter and they are saying, 'We'd love you to be there, we wanna see you back on TV, we are missing your clothes'.
"So reading that is so beautiful and I have to make a decision soon, but I guess it's been a time for me to be back at home and really have family time which I haven't had for a few years."
If Dannii does take up a role on the show, she will join pregnant Amanda Holden and an as yet unconfirmed panellist after former 'Baywatch' star David Hasselhoff was axed from the programme last month.