'Over The Rainbow' judge John Partridge has vowed that he is not going to be "really mean" to the contestants on the talent show.
Speaking on 'BBC Breakfast', the former 'EastEnders' star said: "I couldn't do it."
"Normally you go for an audition and it's a nerve-wracking experience but you can go home and cry on your pillow if it's not been successful."
"Here, you've got the whole crew watching you, eight million people tuning in so it's a huge responsibility."
"I couldn't do it so that's why I'm not going to sit there and be really mean to these girls. That's not going to help them."