Piers Morgan has teased a possible return to Britain's Got Talent.
Speaking ahead of his new ITV show Killer Women with Piers Morgan, Piers claimed that his chemistry with Simon Cowell on the series has never been matched.
"I look at Britain's Got Talent and it's good fun but Simon and I had a particular relationship on screen which I don't think they've ever quite replicated on any of his shows," he said this week. "One day I'm sure we'll do something together again.
"I had a particular way of needling him which used to really get him going. Which I think it needs. You need someone like that."
Piers was a judge on BGT from its launch in 2007 until 2011, where he was replaced by David Hasselhoff, of course.
He said he needed a break from the series having also been a judge on the American version at the same time.
The former newspaper editor explained: "It was when I was doing both [BGT and America's Got Talent], when I was doing it all the time, you run out of things to say about people.
"How many times can you say, 'You suck' to Americans that doesn't actually involve the words 'You suck'? So I needed a break from it, but I'd never say never."
For now, a Piers-less version of BGT continues Saturday nights on ITV.