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Thursday 25 December 2014

Walliams nips in for closer look

David Walliams can't resist a tweak backstage on Britain's Got Talent
David Walliams can't resist a tweak backstage on Britain's Got Talent
And and Dec join in the tweaking fun
David Walliams might be enjoying it a little too much...

David Walliams nipped backstage during the Britain's Got Talent auditions to get a closer look at all-male dance group, The Glambassadors.

When the act appeared on stage in different black and white outfits the Little Britain funnyman declared, "love it already", before they had even started their act.

After watching the troupe's energetic performance to fellow judge Alesha Dixon's own song The Boy Does Nothing, David had something to get off his chest, telling one of the dancers: "It's distracting seeing your nipples throughout the whole thing I have to say, there was a part of me that wanted to tweak them."

So as hosts Ant and Dec are interviewing the group backstage about their audition, David appeared, explaining: "I just needed to do something, I was quite distracted whilst I was watching the performance."

After David tweaked the man's nipples, Ant asked him: "Happy now?"

But the comedian was even happier when Ant and then Dec jokingly tweaked his nipples.

:: Britain's Got Talent airs on Saturday night at 7.45pm on ITV.

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