Francine Lewis, a former contestant on “Britain’s Got Talent,” shared her thoughts on the new judging panel for the show.
The TV impressionist said that while the panel is lovely, she is unsure about whether the new judge, Bruno Tonioli, is a good fit for the show.
Francine expressed her sadness about David Walliams not being on the show anymore, as he worked well with Simon Cowell.
She believes that Alan Carr would have been a better fit for the show. Francine also suggested that she would have been the perfect judge since she has been through two big ITV talent shows.
Furthermore, Francine talked about her experience on the show, revealing that her performance caused a few bumps in the road with her friendship with Katie Price, whom she mimicked on stage.
Despite this, Francine has nothing against Katie and thinks that she has gorgeous children, with Princess and Junior being very polite.
It’s not uncommon for people to have different opinions on the new judging panel of a show.
Francine Lewis shared her thoughts on the show and suggested that Alan Carr would have been a better fit for the show instead of Bruno Tonioli.
It’s interesting to note that Francine suggested herself as the perfect judge since she has been through two big ITV talent shows.
Her experience with Katie Price shows that even though they had a small disagreement, they still have a friendly relationship.