David Walliams was among those vying for Britain’s place in the next Eurovision Song Contest in a comedy sketch for BBC Comic Relief broadcast.
After performing Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” in a skintight leather bodysuit, judges Graham Norton, Lulu and Sam Ryder announce that Walliams has failed to secure the gig.
Upon hearing their verdict, the comedian approached the judge’s table and laid down the gold medal, british talent bell on it.
“Well, you may not like it, but I do lovable said Walliams, striking the gong, causing a torrent of confetti to fall around him. “Yes! You’ve made it to the Eurovision Live Final!” he declared.
“He’s not on this show anymore,” Norton said, confused.
It was an odd choice to plot considering Walliams was recently replaced on the ITV talent show after a leaked set recording of 2020 overheard the actor and author making sexually explicit comments about the contestant.
A copy was obtained from Watchman The allegation revealed that Walliams, 51, described a woman as like “the little boring girl you meet at the bar and you think you want to have sex with her, but you don’t”.
Walliams apologized at the time, saying The Independent: “I would like to apologize to the people I made disrespectful comments about during breaks in filming for british talent In 2020. These were private conversations that – and like most conversations with friends – were never intended to be shared. However, I’m sorry.”
Viewers captured the moment on Twitter. “#RedNoseDay no” Why was David Walliams in it?? Read the best friends room,” one wrote on Twitter.
Another said, referring to the scandal: “When David Walliams finishes his audition we should all whisper obscenities about him to each other”.
David Williams, exBGT Another referred to #ComicRelief.
british talent Previously announced Strictly come dancing Judge Bruno Tonioli as Walliams replacement in January this year.
“I’m happy to be here. Look at these girls [Holden and Dixon]She’s amazing, and she’s my old friend, Simon [Cowell]. What an honor to finally work with you. He taunted me with this for years and years and years and years. I’m honestly telling you I’m glad to be here and very nervous,” Tonioli told the audience on his first day of shooting.
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