Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams has said he's going to "champion the nutters" on the show this year.
Speaking on Radio 2 at the weekend, the comic insisted he'd be backing the funny acts over those more serious performers.
And it seems like David already has a favourite in the form of wacky wannabe [tag]Dennis Egel[/tag], seen performing on last weekend's opening audition episode.
"I like to champion the nutters, because I am a nutter," David explained. "I feel a sort of kinship with them.
"Britain’s Got Talent is about enjoying yourself and having fun.”
David added: “Funny scenes like Ant breaking of the German Egel’s wing accidentally. That is why I love watching the show and wanted to be part of it.
David also insisted that there were no scripted auditions or responses from the judges, saying that all he knows about the acts coming on are their names.
He explained: “We just have a list of names and we have no idea what they going to do what age they are anything.
"People talk about it being scripted or anything it really isn’t, not for the judges anyway.”
Britain's Got Talent 2012 continues this weekend on ITV1.