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Video: Simon Cowell enjoys a sexy lap dance on 'Britain's Got Talent'

Published 12/04/2013

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Simon Cowell enjoyed a sexy lap dance from a 'Britain's Got Talent' contestant and David Walliams.

The music mogul was reluctantly dragged onto the 'BGT' stage for the first time in seven years by his co-panellist to be given the saucy treatment from 43-year-old mum Keri and the 'Little Britain' star, who gyrated to Another Level's 'Freak Me'.

At the end of Keri's audition, David suggested: “Wouldn’t it be great to see Simon sat on the chair and you doing the dancing? It would be wonderful to see that."

Despite looking uncomfortable and having to be forced from his judges' seat by David, Simon eventually joined the blonde beauty on stage and seemed to enjoy the cheeky moment.

David said: "I got Simon on the stage this year for the first time in the history of Simon Cowell being on television. I had to use all my weight, because I probably weigh about twice as much as he does, but I dragged him up!”

As well as the luscious lap dancer, several youngsters wowed with their performances which led Amanda Holden – who sits alongside Simon, David and Alesha Dixon on the 'BGT' panel – to declare the series is like "Little Britain has got talent."

Speaking at a Q&A in central London yesterday (11.04.13) to launch the seventh series of the talent show, she told BANG Showbiz: "It's mostly young kids, it's been amazing. This year, it's Little Britain has got talent."

What's more, a number of European acts also impressed at the auditions and Simon admitted it was "quite flattering" that contestants have travelled from so far away to take part in the competition. 

He said: "In America I always wanted the Canadians to enter the show because I thought it would be a more exciting show, everyone getting patriotic. I think the same thing with this show.

“When people are really good from another country it makes you root for your talent more and it shows that you’ve got to get better.

“We’re part of Europe now. I think it’s quite flattering that they fly here as they see it as the flagship show."

Source Bang Showbiz

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