Upside down juggler Thomas Bounce has revealed he hopes to prove Simon Cowell wrong on Britain's Got Talent 2013.
Thomas, real name Thomas Senior, split the panel at the weekend with his unusual act.
While both David Walliams and Amanda Holden loved, Alesha Dixon wasn't too sure and Simon Cowell was adamant he didn't want to see any more.
With three yeses, Thomas made it through to the next round and is now determined to prove Simon wrong bu upping the stakes.
"I think he was shocked by someone bouncing balls rather than the traditional way of tossing them," he said today. “Toss juggling is the norm, so it’s understandable he was confused.”
The 16-year-old suggested he would set the balls on fire if he makes it through to the live shows.
"I’ve looked into setting them on fire. No one has ever done that," he explained. “There are balls you can get that can be juggled in the air and set on fire but the bouncy ones are made of rubber and obviously that would melt.”
But even if Thomas doesn't win over Simon, he's happy enough with David being a fan!
“I’ve only been doing it for three years but my friends find it mesmerising," he told The Sun newspaper. “I’m glad David Walliams was a fan and hopefully if I get to the final people will see it’s not at all boring.”
Britain's Got Talent 2013 continues on ITV next weekend.
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