Judges planning to have fun at 'BGT' live finals

Judges planning to have fun at 'BGT' live finals

David Walliams and Amanda Holden have promised to cause chaos on the 'Britain's Got Talent' finals.

The 40-year-old comedian and blonde actress – who are joined by Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon on the panel of the ITV programme – have revealed they do not plan to stick to a script when it comes to the live shows and will do things to make Simon uncomfortable.

David said: "I can make rude things last longer than 60 seconds! Simon uses the women as a human shield between me and him. He doesn't like anything that makes me look silly.

"He doesn't even clap along – that would be too un-cool. I've tried to dance with him, I lap-danced for him once, but it doesn't work."

Speaking on Alan Carr's 'Chatty Man' – which is aired tonight – Amanda added they will swap chairs in the breaks to upset him further.

She joked: "We'll swap. Simon won't want you next to him but it's live so it doesn't matter. We can do it!"

Alesha has also revealed she is looking forward to David being live on 'BGT'.

She said recently: "On the live shows, there will be more energy and things will be more spontaneous - plus David won't be able to be edited out!

"People are loving him on the show; it's what we've come to expect from him and I think he'll play up to that. I think Simon will be a bit worried, but I can't wait!"

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