Simon Cowell and David Walliams have turned Britain's Got Talent 2013 into a gay sitcom, according to Alesha Dixon!
Try outs for the new series of BGT kicked off earlier this month in Wales before moving to London last week, and David has been at his smutty best.
The comic was quick to make quips about Simon's sexuality, telling the audience last week: "Funny how Simon has never married.Isn’t it peculiar, isn’t it queer.”
Speaking about how the BGT 2013 auditions had gone so far, Alesha said: "Britain’s Got Talent is like a gay sitcom this year. There’s David and Simon who are a couple, then me and Amanda Holden who are TV wives. That’s exactly what it is.
“So much is said that is too risky for the main show, especially from David. It is such a shame we don’t do a BGT out-takes show that goes out after the watershed."
She told the Daily Star Sunday newspaper today: “The tone has got lower and lower this year thanks to David.
“You think you have heard it all and then he comes out with something else. It’s hilarious.”
Meanwhile, Britain's Got Talent hosts Ant and Dec have vowed never to part.
The Geordie presenting duo picked up the Best Presenter gong at the National Television Awards for a twelth year last week, and won't stop their winning format.
The telly pair said: “We get offered quite a lot of stuff individually but we just don’t fancy it.
“We have so much fun working together, all the ideas we have are for the two of us.”
Watch our recent chat with Ant and Dec about BGT below...