Simon Cowell compares BGT drag act to Spice Girls
Simon Cowell compares a drag act to the Spice Girls on this week's 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The acid-tongued TV judge is in fine form this week when faced with Bosom Buddies - made up of teacher Mark, known as Bernie, and building yard worker Stuart, who's alter-ego is Brenda - singing 'La Vie en Rose' by Edith Piaf.
After their performance, he tells them: ''It's like Geri Halliwell and Victoria Beckham separating away from the Spice Girls and doing a duet.''
Mark cheekily responds: ''Only better looking.''
Simon joins in with the ribbing, adding: ''And better singers. There is a resemblance, particularly you [points to Stuart].''
This week the auditions head to Glasgow, Scotland, where Simon makes and interesting revelation about his love for bagpipes.
'Britain's Got More Talent' presenter Stephen Mulhern asks him: ''Last year you were 25 per cent Scottish, have you increased?''
Simon replies: ''I'm 50 per cent.''
Stephen then asks him: ''Bagpipes - love or hate?''
Simon, surprisingly, responds: ''Actually I like them. I love 'Amazing Grace' on bagpipes. I genuinely do.''
'Britain's Got Talent' is back on ITV tomorrow (04.05.13) at 7:15pm.03-05-2013
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