Simon Cowell is fine with Hungarian Britain's Got Talent winner
Simon Cowell isn't bothered if this year's 'Britain's Got Talent' final is won by Hungarian shadow dancers Attraction - but also tipped comic Jack Carroll for success
Simon Cowell doesn't care if Hungarian act Attraction win 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The shadow dancers risk backlash by winning the TV talent show because they're not British, but music mogul rejected the criticism.
He said: "I think it's testament to how we are as a country. We want everyone to do well, no matter where they're from. It's a positive, not a negative."
The 53-year-old star is a huge fan of the act, and an insider revealed he sees big money in them with a "future" in Las Vegas.
The source told The Sun newspaper: "Simon sees pound signs when he looks at Attraction.
"People love them and they have an incredible. He firmly believes their future is in Las Vegas.
"They could land a long-running show to rival Cirque du Soleil, who have been putting on shows in Vegas for years and have made a mint."
Simon added to the Daily Star newspaper he had a "gut feeling" Attraction - along with comic Jack Carroll - could win the final tonight (08.06.13).
He claimed: "My gut feeling is that Attraction and Jack are the two favourites.
"Attraction's performances got to me so much. They tell this incredible story in two minutes. And they're great guys.
"And Jack, who has cerebral palsy, is someone who has lived the life he lives and yet has the most refreshing attitude and a brilliant energy. He will have a great career."