Britain's Got Talent 2013 hits our screens this weekend but David Walliams has warned a lot of his best bits can't be aired!
The comic has confessed that most of his lines don't make it out of the editing suite, although he's not too disappointed.
"The great thing about this programme is that no one has ever asked me to be anything other than myself," he said this week. "It’s a tricky one because a lot of it isn’t suitable for a family audience, yet there’s a studio audience that needs to be entertained while we’re filming. So yes, a lot of it doesn’t make it out on air. It can’t on a family show."
And Simon Cowell wouldn't have it any other way, gushing about Daid: "He’s a raving lunatic, obviously, but he’s incredibly funny. His humour is a bit near the knuckle sometimes – he needs editing – but he’s very kind too. Audiences like him. And yes, I like him. It’s a really fun line-up."
But despite the pair's bromance, Alesha Dixon revealed that Simon and David had become rather competitive this year.
She told the Daily Mail: "I mean, people go on about girls being competitive, and they’re always trying to claim there’s some sort of rivalry between me and Amanda. Well, hello! This is where the rivalry is.
"These two [Simon and David] are always in competition to see who can be funnier, camper, more insulting. Why? I think it’s because they both have enormous egos that need regular stroking. They both think they’re brilliant – which they are, obviously – but they need to have that confirmed."