Britain’s Got Talent 2012: David Walliams reveals that Amanda Holden won’t be replaced!
David Walliams has revealed that Britain’s Got Talent bosses will not be replacing Amanda Holden on the show’s judging panel.
The 40 year old actress is currently in hospital after giving birth to her new baby daughter, however due to complications she was in critical condition for three days and is only now on her way to making a recovery.
Walliams is a new addition to the show’s judging panel for the 2012 series and speaking at this week’s National Television Awards, he revealed that he was very ‘worried’ about his co-star on Monday, explaining:
“We were all very worried when we arrived on Monday night at auditions in Blackpool to be told that Amanda was in hospital and that she was having the baby.”
However he said the auditions will continue with three judges and that Holden won’t be replaced for the forseeable future, adding:
“I don’t think we’ll get a replacement. As it was last minute we went ahead with us three and it was fine. Although I hear Louis Walsh is always available.
It’s been a big month for Walliams, as not only has he started on Britain’s Got Talent, but on Wednesday night he was also presented with the ‘Landmark’ trophy at the National TV Awards, for his swim of the Thames in aid of Sports Relief last year.
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