Britain's Got Talent 2013 auditions: David Walliams arrives by bus in London!

David Walliams (Britain's Got Talent 2013)

Here's wacky Britain's Got Talent 2013 judge David Walliams arriving on a BUS for the latest round of auditions.

The stand up made a fairly stand out entrance to the try outs at the London Palladium this week, as snow poured down.

Arriving outside the central London venue on top of the double decker bus, David encouraged the poor freezing crowd as they spoke to them via a megaphone.

And while David was dressed for the weather, we're not sure the same can be said for his fellow judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon.

Despite the minus temperatures, the pair revealed plenty on the white and red carpet as they met fans waiting to watch the latest round of auditions.


Speaking to us on the red carpet, David said he was hoping for this year's acts to out do any the show has seen in the past.

And he warned acts such as dancers that they really needed to raise the bar if they were to get through to the next round.

David said: "I want something we've never seen before, when a show's been running for a few years, it's a bit like 'That was good, but it's a bit like this winner or that winner'.


"You see a lot of street dance groups but unless they're better than Diversity then they're probably not going to win."

Meanwhile Amanda Holden revealed that even she doesn't know about Simon Cowell's personal life!

"When he gets really ancient I’d love to think that he’s got someone at home to look after him," she said at yesterday's London auditions.

The West End star: “There are people in his life that he loves. He has all these girlfriends that we keep reading about...


“I don’t know which one he’s going out with – he won’t answer that. I think he’s happy and I don’t think he’s the kind of person that needs marriage.”

And Alesha Dixon let slip that a reunion with Mis-Teeq could be on the cards after they split after eight years together in 2005.

"We are speaking and we’re having a meeting," she said. It’s like all these bands reforming are just jumping on the bandwagon but I’d be quite happy to go in the studio for a year with the girls and just work on a new record."

The Britain's Got Talent auditions continue in London today, with the show airing on ITV in the Spring.

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