Hello sailor! Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams just can't help himself as he joins a group of camp singers on stage
22:58 GMT, 14 April 2012
He's well-known for his outrageously camp antics on Little Britain, so it was only a matter of time that David Walliams would bring out his naughty side on Britain's Got Talent.
The funnyman, 40, couldn't contain himself when a hilarious homosexual singing group called the Showbears popped up on stage.
Dressed in glittery silver sailor suits, the five men worked their way through their own version of It's Raining Men by The Weather Girls.
Just couldn't help himself! David Walliams joins in with the camp Showbears on Britain's Got Talent
Camp David: The comedian gets into the groove on stage
Even as they made their way onto the stage David was heard to comment: 'Simon, they could be the new One Direction.'
They turned in a rib-tickling rendition of It's Raining Men, with their own take on The Weather Girls song, singing 'We're sailor men', in replacement of the original chorus.
David couldn't contain his inner gay man and told them: 'I want to join in and sing that song with you…'
Joining the fun: David was beckoned on to the stage by the Showbears and happily joined in with their performance
All that glitters: The funnyman took a hat from one of the singers and later put it on Simon Cowell's head
The boys beckoned him on to the stage, but he told them: 'If you get me an outfit.'
Though he warned: 'I may be too camp and send it over the edge.'
He joined them on stage and awkwardly followed the boys with a glittery hat on his head, of course getting into the camp show with aplomb.
After returning to his seat, and putting his silver hat on Simon Cowell's head, he told the group he wanted to join them.
Giving her feedback to the Showbears, Alesha told them: 'The country's going to fall in love with you.'
And Amanda said: 'The royal family will love you.'