David Walliams forced to apologise to World Record adjudicator on Britain’s Got Talent!


Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams was forced to apologise to a World Record adjudicator after a disagreement.

Ryan Tracey, 35, appeared on tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent on Saturday.

Ryan is an performance improvement officer from Northern Ireland and he attempted to break the Guinness World Record for ‘The fastest time to model five balloon structures blindfolded’ on BGT.

The structures Ryan had to create with a balloon are a dog, a sword, a flower, a snail and a caterpillar.

David got into a disagreement with the representative from the Guinness World Records – Vicky was left unimpressed with David’s comments.

David said Vicky was “a barrel of laughs” sarcastically at the start of Ryan’s attempt.

David urged the Vicky not be “too picky”.

She replies: “This is a world record and we do have to check.”

Alesha said to David: ‘You’ve been told!”

David apologies to her after his telling off as Ryan managed to beat the World Record on BGT – he also received four big fat yeses from the judges.

Britain’s Got Talent returns next weekend on ITV.

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