Holden admitted that she was disappointed with last year's victor, Scottish warbler Jai McDowall, and claimed that Got Talent will always suffer badly from X Factor comparisons if it focuses on singing talent.
"I would love for a singer not to win. Singers are the things that grab at you and immediately audiences have an affinity with, but it's not X Factor," Holden told Digital Spy.
"So I would love an elephant. A juggling elephant. Simon Cowell wants a guitar-playing dog. We could have a whole band. The Pedigree Chums."
Watch Digital Spy's video from the Britain's Got Talent launch below:
Meanwhile, Britain's Got More Talent ITV2 presenter Stephen Mulhern was the one star involved in the show who defended last year's series of BGT, insisting that it wasn't a disappointment.
Cowell, Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon are currently touring the UK with the 2012 Britain's Got Talent auditions.
The audition dates still to come include:
- Winter Gardens, Blackpool: January 24
- Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff: January 28-29
- The Apollo, London: February 6-8
- Festival Theatre, Edinburgh: February 11
- The ICC, Birmingham: February 17-19
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