Simon Cowell may have to dig deep into his pockets to meet the demands of former judge Piers Morgan.
The 52 year old was a judge on the show for the first four series, before leaving to focus on work in America.
However, the ever-humble Morgan has now offered to return as a judge on BGT, but expects Mr. Cowell to meet a few demands.
Speaking to OK! Magazine, Morgan firstly had a dig at the show, saying that he's worth more than Cowell could afford.
"I don't think Simon Cowell could afford me."
"When I was a judge the ratings were 20 million, and they're half that now. I'm doing the maths and it doesn't look good for Simon!"
After blasting the current viewing figures of his former employers, Morgan then went on to have a pop at a current judge.
"If Simon made me an offer I couldn't refuse I would, and frankly looking at the performance of David Walliams, that question should come sooner rather than later!"
With those demands made clear to Mr. Cowell, Morgan made one more that we doubt Simon will be too happy about.
"I'd be the new head judge if the money was right."
As it stands, BGT returns to our screens this Spring without Piers Morgan as head judge.