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David Walliams' future on Britain's Got Talent 'up in the air' after apology for offensive remarks

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David Walliams' future on Britain's Got Talent is "very much up in the air." The 51-year-old apologised for 'disrespectful comments' he made during filming. He is understood to have called one contestant a 'c***' and another a 'f***'. ITV said it did not condone the language and had spoken to the producers.
Published 2 months ago · London, United Kingdom

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