Lee Mead wanted Superstar judging role
West End star Lee Mead wanted a judging role on Andrew Lloyd Webber's BBC talent show 'Superstar', but producers turned him down.
Lee Mead wanted a judging role on 'Superstar'.
The West End star - who shot to fame after winning BBC talent show 'Any Dream Will Do' in 2007 - has revealed he asked for a judging role on Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber's new search for a musical star, but producers shot him down.
He told new! magazine: "I put myself forward but they weren't too keen. I just thought it would have been quite nice as I've been through the process myself."
The 30-year-old performer also admitted he has lost touch with Andrew, despite the musicals pro orchestrating his rise to fame.
Lee admitted: "No, not really. I'd be lying if I said we had a roast dinner together every Sunday."
The star is moving to Los Angeles for three months in August to pursue a career in TV, but is worried about sacrificing precious time with his two-year-old daughter Betsy and his wife Denise Van Outen.
He joked: "Thank God for Skype! I'll also fly back a couple of times and I'll be back for Christmas. Then I go back out again for pilot season at the start of next year."