Britain's Got Talent head judge Simon Cowell claims he has already 'worked out ... trends now

Britain's Got Talent head judge Simon Cowell claims he has already 'worked out ... trends now
Britain's Got Talent head judge Simon Cowell claims he has already 'worked out ... trends now

Britain's Got Talent head judge Simon Cowell claims he has already 'worked out ... trends now

With a new instalment of Britain's Got Talent upon us, it seems Britain's Got Talent head judge Simon Cowell has already 'worked out who will win' this series.

The English entrepreneur, 64, teased there is 'one person everyone gravitated towards' but judges managed to keep it tight-lipped.

'This year, when we were discussing the finals, we went round the room and said who we think might win and there was one person everyone gravitated towards,' he reveals,' he told The Mirror.

But as the judge wisely remarked 'You can just never predict who the public will love,' - he didn't shy away from admitting his excitement and curiosity to see who the crowd will pick as their winner.

Radio host and judge Amanda, 53, admitted the singer in question 'blew them all away' when he performed.

With a new instalment of Britain's Got Talent upon us, it seems Britain's Got Talent head judge Simon Cowell, 64, has already 'worked out who will win' this series

With a new instalment of Britain's Got Talent upon us, it seems Britain's Got Talent head judge Simon Cowell, 64, has already 'worked out who will win' this series

The English entrepreneur teased there is 'one person everyone gravitated towards' but judges managed to keep it tight-lipped

The English entrepreneur teased there is 'one person everyone gravitated towards' but judges managed to keep it tight-lipped

'His voice was, I think, one of the most beautiful, classic and enriching voices that we've ever heard. I mean, we've had Paul Potts and we've had other people come on and sing opera but this guy had it all, to be honest. 

'I was like, 'Wow, there's a potential winner right there', she said candidly.

Although the judges admitted already eyeing a possible winner for a series that is promised to be 'an absolute party', Amanda added she would also love to see a group of performer win the £250,000 cash prize.

The Heart FM star claimed it would be amazing to see a group of people able to split the money and change their lives forever.

The presenter spilled the beans on a particularly talented choirs she picked during a round of auditions in Manchester, teasing that if they were to pick 'the right song and the right arrangement', they might have a 'really good chance'.

Music icon Alesha, 45, also agreed: 'It would be great to see so many people win and for all the members of the choir to share the money. 

'It's such a moment to perform at The Royal Variety Show and it would be lovely to see all of those people getting to share that memory together.'

Meanwhile, BGT hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have dished up some secrets from the upcoming series - including why it took longer to film than usual.

But as the judge wisely remarked 'You can just never predict who the public will love,' - he didn't shy away from admitting his excitement and curiosity to see who the crowd will pick as their winner

But as the judge wisely remarked 'You can just never predict who the public will love,' - he didn't shy away from admitting his excitement and curiosity to see who the crowd will pick as their winner

Talking about the singer in question, Amanda, 52, said: 'His voice was, I think, one of the most beautiful, classic and enriching voices that we've ever heard. I mean, we've had Paul Potts and we've had other people come on and sing opera but this guy had it all, to be honest'

Talking about the singer in question, Amanda, 52, said: 'His voice was, I think, one of the most beautiful, classic and enriching voices that we've ever heard. I mean, we've had Paul Potts and we've had other people come on and sing opera but this guy had it all, to be honest'

Music icon Alesha, 45, also agreed: 'It would be great to see so many people win and for all the members of the choir to share the money. 'It's such a moment to perform at The Royal Variety Show and it would be lovely to see all of those people getting to share that memory together'

Music icon Alesha, 45, also agreed: 'It would be great to see so many people win and for all the members of the choir to share the money. 'It's such a moment to perform at The Royal Variety Show and it would be lovely to see all of those people getting to share that memory together'

 The ITV talent show returns for its 17th series on Saturday night, and the presenting duo, both 48, will once again be hosting the extravaganza.

The new series also sees the return of fellow judge Bruno Tonioli, who joined the show last year following the exit of David Walliams.

Bruno brought a playful but chaotic

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