Ashley Banjo to judge on Britain's Got Talent?
Ashley Banjo has teased he's spoken with big boss Simon Cowell about joining the judging panel on 'Britain's Got Talent' next year
Ashley Banjo is being lined up as a judge on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The Diversity dancer - who won the television show in 2009, famously beating opera singer Susan Boyle to the title - has teased he's been in talks with boss Simon Cowell to join the panel on the talent show when it returns next year.
Asked if Simon has spoken to him about becoming a judge, he said: "Oh... I'm not saying yes and I'm not saying no. Maybe one day!"
And the 27-year-old hunk should have no problem settling in if he does secure the gig as he was used to dishing out advice to acts when he sat on the 'Got to Dance' panel alongside Kimberly Wyatt for five years until 2014.
He explained to the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Could I ever see myself as a 'Britain's Got Talent' judge? Yeah, I don't see why not. It's a show I've loved, and continue to love since being on it. I love seeing people sing and dance. Could I be horrible or brutal enough? If I had to be. If someone is bad and needs to be told they are bad, you tell them they are bad. I don't think you need to be horrible for the sake of it, but I could be brutal if I had to."