Britain’s Got Talent set for huge shake up and won't be the same without David Walliams, says Diversity star | The Sun

BRITAIN’S Got Talent is gearing up for a massive shake up and won't be the same without David Walliams, a former winner has revealed.

Diversity star Perri Kiely has opened up about the future of the show after fans were left stunned when the comic stepped down.

BGT will have a new format after David quit the show after offensive comments he made about a contestant.

Now Perri, who shot to fame on the show 14 years ago, told the Sun: "The show will never quite be the same. 

"As with all reality shows when the line-up changes, it's going to be different.

Not necessarily worse –  but it will have a different vibe to it, it will be a slightly different path for the show, but the show will go on."

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He added: "I will always be grateful about the opportunities that have come since we starred on the show. It was 14 years ago, and we're still going.

"My fondest memories were of Simon Cowell, as he's not Mr nasty at all.

"He's one of the nicest, kindest guys you could meet.

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We'd love to teach his son Eric some dance moves, so bring him over."

Just earlier this week it was announced Britain's Got Talent is getting a complete makeover for 2023.

ITV has announced a huge format shake-up kicking off when the show returns next year.

It will be the public that can now secretly nominate an act and put them forward for the opportunity to audition in front of the judges.

Last year, Britain’s Got Talent introduced Golden Moments to the series, which saw each of the judges visit an unsuspecting act and invite them down to audition for the show.

The judges surprised Voices of Armed Forces Children’s Choir during a rehearsal, singing doctor Bambang Atmaja during a Heart Breakfast interview, eco-warrior and poet Aneeshwar Kunchala at school and Skylar Blu during a dance class.

There was also a very special moment on stage, where the mother and two daughters of aspiring singer, Nick Edwards, surprised him whilst he was sat in the audience, resulting in a mesmerising performance, moving many to tears.

Meanwhile former winner of the show Perri has teamed up with Natwest for their Money Muling advert.

He warned young people: "Don't click. There are so many get rich quick schemes out there, some people are feeding into the click bait and getting into trouble.

"I didn't know what money muling was at first, but when I realised you could get 14 years in jail for passing on people's bank details and getting a cut of the money, I jumped at the chance of getting involved with Natwest's campaign to raise awareness of it.

"Life is hard for a lot of people right now, and you think 'I could do with the cash' especially getting to Christmas, but when you find out you could get 14 years in prison, you don't want to get involved."

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To highlight the dangers of being recruited as a money mule, NatWest has teamed-up with Diversity star Perri Kiely, to create an ‘honest job ad’ and poster campaign – highlighting the true nature of money muling and the consequences if convicted.

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