Britain's Got Talent
The 15th series of the ITV talent show will not be going ahead until 2022.
The ITV reality show was previously hit by several roadblocks in 2020 due to the pandemic.
The singer felt it was more important to stay at home in Scotland when the one-off episode was being filmed.
The stand-up comic earned a spot in the BGT final with his comedy routine referencing his experiences as a Black Muslim.
The GMB host did not hold back when asked about the possibility of returning to Britain's Got Talent.
The Good Morning Britain presenter is rumoured to be replacing David Walliams on the ITV talent show.
The ITV talent show is due to return over the festive season with past contestants entertaining viewers.
Looking back at the events of 2020, he sang: "It won’t be long before these masks are gone we’ll be living life again to the maximum."
The comedy singer is the first Golden Buzzer act to ever win the show.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, things have been working a little differently to usual this time around.
About Britain's Got Talent
Britain's Got Talent 2017, given the magnitude of last year's contestants, looks set to be the competition's biggest year yet. Amanda Holden is returning to the panel, after appearing on every series of BGT, while Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon Cowell make up the rest of this year's judges. Past winners of BGT have gone on to great things, such as 2014's winners Collabro, Diversity and Ashleigh and Pudsey, the show's first dog winner. George Sampson has gone on to have a successful acting career off the back of Britain's Got Talent, while Attraction now perform all over the world. It's not just about the champions, though, and the talent show has helped make stars of many of its former contestants, most notably Susan Boyle, whose performance of 'I Dreamed A Dream' at the auditions in series three catapulted her to a household name all over the world overnight. Other memorable contestants from previous series include the likes of dancers Nico and Paddy, impressionist Francine Lewis, singer Calum Scott, comedy act Stavros Flatley. Last year, the likes of Beau Dermott, Boogie Storm and 100 Voices Of Gospel made it through the live shows, with magician Richard Jones triumphing in the final.