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Britain’s Got Talent star Jack Carroll believes the beloved ITV show isn’t the same without David Walliams.
Last year, the 51-year-old came under fire over leaked recordings which exposed scathing remarks about contestants, and he later apologised for his offensive comments.
He stated: ‘I would like to apologise to the people I made disrespectful comments about during breaks in filming for Britain’s Got Talent in 2020. These were private conversations and – like most conversations with friends – were never intended to be shared. Nevertheless, I am sorry.’
The reason for his departure has not been confirmed, but he later stepped down with Strictly Come Dancing star Bruno Tonioli, 67, coming in as his replacement for the new series.
In 2013, the then-14-year-old wowed judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David and members of the public at home with his comedic acts, scoring over 20% of the final vote to finish as the runner-up behind shadow theatre group Attraction.
Although Jack hasn’t had a chance to catch up with the series this year, he expressed how he felt about the Little Britain star’s departure.‘I’m great friends with David still,’ he said. (Picture: @fatjacko/Instagram) Jack proved a huge hit when he first competed on the show (Picture: REX)
‘I’m great friends with David still, and I know he’s there to turn to for advice,’ he told Metro.co.uk.
‘It’s a real shame that he’s gone. He brought so much to the show, I’m sure it’s still a great show but it’s not going to be the same without David.’
He added: ‘Personally, because there’s a connection to my time on the show, but it was a bit sudden to see him go.’
Now 24, the performer, whose cerebral palsy is often the subject of his material, is the star of his latest BBC comedy short Mobility.Jack wrote and starred in his latest BBC comedy short Mobility (Picture: ITV)
The programme is about a group of students who are heading to their first day of sixth form, with the trio all riding the mobility bus together.
There are three main characters: Mike, who has cerebral palsy, Sonny, who uses a wheelchair, and Dan ‘Syndrome’ Simmons, who has Down’s Syndrome.
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Although the short has been described as a mix of ‘The Inbetweeners meets Car Share’, Jack insists him and the team didn’t draw inspiration from the coming-of-age sitcom.
‘That’s what the Inbetweeners did so well, showing the universal experience that teenagers have,’ he said.
‘It’s not something that we watched or discussed when doing the short, but if that’s something that we’ve hit then that’s great.’
Mobility is available on BBC iPlayer now
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