David Walliams eyes BGT role
David Walliams would consider being a 'Britain's Got Talent' judge, as he would ''love'' to work alongside hosts Ant and Dec again
David Walliams would consider being a 'Britain's Got Talent' judge.
The 'Little Britain' star - who is rumoured to be joining Amanda Holden on the panel of the ITV1 show following the departures of Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff - admitted he would "love" to work alongside hosts Ant and Dec agin.
He explained: "Well, they haven't asked me but I'd think about it. But the chemistry with the other judges would have to be right.
"Ant and Dec are the stars of that show for me. I'd love to work with them again - I wrote for them years ago and they're such a laugh."
David is also enjoying the new judging line-up on 'The X Factor', which saw Take That singer Gary Barlow replacing Simon Cowell as the show's resident 'Mr. Nasty'.
He added in an interview with heat magazine: "I'm a big fan of Gary Barlow. I think he's amazing on it. I did wonder whether the show would work without Simon Cowell, because he's the one whose opinion we all trusted. He's generally right.
"But Gary is so assured and so knowledgeable about the business that he's perfect. He also looks so good. I want his stylist and nutritionist."