Britain's Got Talent 2013 judge David Walliams has confessed he still finds it difficult to say no.
The comic is back on the series for a second year and admitted that he still can't quite be totally honest with some hopeless acts.
Speaking at the start of auditions in London, David revealed: “I do find it hard to say no to the performers, yeah, because if you’ve been an actor and you’ve auditioned for things and people have turned you down then you know that feeling,” he said.
“Simon’s never been turned down, by anyone, so he doesn’t know what that is like. But you have to be honest as well because it’s like feeding a stray dog.
“If someone hasn’t really got what it takes then you want to let them down gently.”
But the Little Britain comic insisted it was an easy decision for him to return for a second series, saying that he liked showing a different side of his personality to fans and viewers.
He explained: “It was a very easy decision for me to come back to the panel because I’ve really enjoyed it and people see a different side of you at a show like this, especially if you’ve been acting and they’ve seen you in character and now they can see the real you, sort of!
“It’s great to have everyone back, you never know what’s going to happen. You always think someone might get taken out of shot, but it hasn’t happened.”
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