New judges for Britain's Got Talent 2011 David Hasselhoff and Michael McIntyre may be about to face the wrath of the Scots after the pair claimed that the country lacks ANY talent. The duo, who spent days in the city back in January looking for stunning acts, said they found almost nothing.
"I didn’t have a clue what they were trying to do. I didn’t understand a word they said," David said.Meanwhile stand-up comedian Michael McInytre added: “The acts weren’t great. The audience were restless and chanted ‘cheerio, cheerio’ when they didn’t like an act – that was chanted a lot.
“Susan Boyle blew everyone away when she auditioned in Glasgow but that won’t happen this year.”
Even Amanda Holden backed up her pal's views on the Scottish talent. “We had great fun up there… in the hotel in the evening,” she joked.
However Holden was keen to praise Liverpool, which the Britain's Got Talent auditions visited for the first time this year. Amanda said: "I think it is probably the most talented city we visited this year.
“I am astounded we have never been before because of its heritage in entertainment.”