Simon Cowell: BGT talent 'not good' this year
Simon Cowell has admitted he is disappointed by the lack of talent on 'Britain's Got Talent' this year
Simon Cowell is disappointed with the lack of talent on 'Britain's Got Talent' this year.
The 54-year-old music mogul has admitted he wasn't too impressed with this year's auditions and was left "frustrated" with some of the "bad acts".
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "I know the viewers have been saying the talent this year wasn't as good and I would agree. The acts were not so good. I was moody for a reason. I get frustrated.
"I am trying to judge things that aren't good and I get grumpy on the bad acts. When we chose the semi-finalists there were a few that I thought, 'You are a waste of my time.'
"As with all talent shows you have got to get better talent in every year."
Fortunately, the outspoken judge is pleased with the high caliber of talent in tomorrow night's (07.06.14) final and thinks his Golden Buzzer act, Bars and Melody, could win the latest series of 'BGT'.
He added: "We are lucky in that all the finalists are good. I genuinely think that, having gone through their songs, the favourites to win are Bars and Melody and Collabro."