'Britain’s Got Talent' champ George Sampson has landed a part in the BBC drama 'Waterloo Road'.

The break-dancer, 16, has signed up to play a sixth former for the next series, according to The Sun.

Show sources say his character will be a "heartbreaker" called Kyle.

One said: "We really wanted George as he has loads of young fans. It's fair to say his character will be attracting the ladies.

"He'll be a regular and the plan is for his scenes to be on air during the second part of series six later this year."

Sampson, who won the ITV reality show two years ago, is already reportedly brushing up on his lines and is due to start filming soon.

The Sun reports that while known for his dancing, he'd like to branch out after claiming BGT chief Simon Cowell dropped him because his act wasn't lucrative enough.

Sampson said at the time: "I suppose he has realised he can make more money out of other people."