Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams jokes Simon Cowell is desperate to help him write children's books
DAVID Walliams joked that Simon Cowell is desperate to help him write children's books on tonight's episode of The Graham Norton Show.
The comedian revealed that even thought the music mogul comes up with terrible ideas, he still insists that they can still split the profits 50/50 between them.
Talking of his latest children's books on the show, the 47-year-old proudly said “I am super pleased they have done so well – it is the biggest thing I have ever done.”
He joked: "Simon hates it and keeps coming up with terrible story ideas that he says I can write, and we can then split the profits 50/50.”
Other guests on tonight's show alongside David include Game Of Thrones Star Gwendoline Christie, 40, footballer Peter Croach, 38, actor Luke Evans, 40 and Brits Critics’ Choice winner Sam Fender, 23.
The episode will also be guest hosted for the first time in 20 years by none other than comedian Jack Whitehall, 30.
Recently, Britain's Got Talent judge David admitted that he wants to join Celebrity X Factor to 'kill' the ITV singing competition.
He said: “If I can kill that format forever by appearing on it, I’d very much like to.
“I’ve mentioned it to him [Simon]. I cannot sing a note so I’d fit in very well. It would be fun.
“I would love to be on that stage doing a duet with Wagner.”
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