Flawless: Change is positive for BGT

Flawless think changes to the 'Britain's Got Talent' judging panel will bring a ''new dynamic'' to the show following the departure of Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff

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Flawless at the UK launch of National Geographic Kids' Let's Jump! Guinness World Record campaign at the London Eye

Flawless at the UK launch of National Geographic Kids' Let's Jump! Guinness World Record campaign at the London Eye

Flawless think changes to the 'Britain's Got Talent' judging panel will bring a "new dynamic" to the show.

The street dance troupe - who made it to the final of the ITV1 series in 2009 - explained despite Michael McIntyre having quit and David Hasselhoff being axed from the show in recent weeks, talent will always shine through no matter who is at the helm of the programme.

Anthony 'A.D' Duncan exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I think it will bring a new dynamic to the show. Sometimes you need to reinvent what you are doing. Change is not bad.

"If the talent is there then that is always going to shine through, it's called 'Britain's Got Talent' and the main focus in on the talent."

Despite show boss Simon Cowell having quit his position on the 'BGT' panel earlier this year to launch 'The X Factor' in the US, A.D thinks the 51-year-old music mogul will always be "the face" of the series.

Speaking at the UK launch of National Geographic Kids' Let's Jump! Guinness World Record campaign - which aims to break the Guinness World Record for the most people doing star jumps - at the London Eye yesterday (05.10.11), he added: "Simon is still the main face of it.

"Everyone obviously misses him, but change is good and it's just adjusting to the change as with anything. I think within time you just have to see how it develops and give it a chance."

Michelle Obama will be leading the star jumping on the lawns of the White House in Washington on October 11.

To break the current record, more than 20,000 people around the world need to jump for at least one minute between 8pm on October 11 and 8pm on October 12.

Anyone interested in signing up for the National Geographic Kids Let's Jump! Guinness World Record attempt can sign up at www.ngkids.co.uk

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