SuBo: “I’m not mean enough to judge Britain’s Got Talent”

Susan Boyle said she would not be filling Michael McIntyre's BGT shoes

SCOTS singer Susan Boyle has said she would never become a judge on Britain’s got Talent.

Subo claimed she would be unable to make “mean” comments about acts on the ITV show.

She said: “I’m not sure I’d make a very good judge. I couldn’t be mean to people,” later adding “I wouldn’t be able to say no and I wouldn’t want to upset people.”

The show is currently looking for a new judge after comedian Michael McIntyre said he was leaving after just one series.

The songstress made the comments as part of a live webchat with fans on the social media site Twitter.

SuBo, who is currently touring Austraila to promote her new album also said she would like to buy a holiday home Down Under.

While she said that she would never leave her home town completely she would like to buy a house abroad.

SuBo tweeted: “I wouldn’t want to leave Blackburn but there’s always a nice holiday home. I’d love to buy a house inAustralia.”

She also quipped that she’d like Donny Osmond for Christmas, but would settle for Ronan Keating.

She said: “I think Donny Osmond would make a nice stocking filler but then so would Ronan Keating.”

Susan Boyle’s third studio album someone To Watch Over Me is out now.