Shirtless David Walliams Joins Act on ‘Australia’s Got Talent’ Stage
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Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams is part of the new Australia’s Got Talent panel, and he delivered an outrageous moment during a recent audition. It involved him taking off his shirt and joining acrobatic act the Messoudi Brothers on stage.
David Walliams Goes Shirtless on Australia’s Got Talent
You might remember the Messoudi Brothers from Season 14 of America’s Got Talent. The trio made it to the Semifinals with their amazing balancing routine. Now they’re taking their act to Australia. During their audition, they encouraged Walliams to join in.
It didn’t take much convincing for Walliams to step on stage and remove his jacket and shirt. He puffed out his chest while fellow judge Alesha Dixon laughed. One member of the group ended up balancing on Walliams’ hands in a moment that had the audience cheering.
They then shared a hug, and Walliams lifted him up off the ground, making everyone laugh. The crowd and judges were nervous as Walliams prepared to do a handstand. With the help of the other two brothers, he managed it.
Alesha Dixon Calls It His Best Moment
After the handstand, Walliams joked that he and the Messoudi Brothers had to leave to do some other Got Talent shows. He collected his clothes and told them, “Any time, guys. I’m here for you.”
When he returned to his seat at the judges’ desk, Dixon (who also judges BGT with Walliams) told him, “That might be your finest moment on Got Talent ever. That one’s gonna go down in the history books.”
“I’m joining full-time!” Walliams said. “They can’t get rid of me.”
This is the tenth season of Australia’s Got Talent. It was originally set to air in 2020, but had to be delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The series is airing on Channel 7, with Ricki-Lee Coulter hosting. Shane Jacobson and Katie Rich round out the judging panel.