Jules and Matisse have 'Hollywood ambitions'
Jules and Matisse have "Hollywood ambitions".
The 'Britain's Got Talent' winner Jules O'Dwyer has revealed she has high hopes of storming Hollywood with her canine companion, despite a wave of complaints following the act's victory last week when it was revealed a stunt dog was used for part of their routine.
Jules told The Sun newspaper: "I have Hollywood ambitions and I know Matisse's capabilities. The dogs will always perform because it is for their mental and physical stimulation.
"Doing a TV series for kids would also be a dream. If anyone could help me it would be Simon Cowell, who makes his own shows.
"He also said that we no longer need to look for the new Lassie."
The move would follow in the footsteps of the 2012 winners of the ITV talent show, Ashleigh and Pudsey, who went on to release the critically panned 'Pudsey: The Movie' last year.
But in the meantime, the 48-year-old dog trainer has admitted she feels for the safety of her prize-winning pooches, as she is convinced someone will try to steal them.
She told the Sunday Mirror newspaper: "I'll probably have to increase security as their value has gone up. They're my babies - if anything happened I'd be distraught."
However, Jules said her secret weapon is another one of her mutts, who she thinks would scare away anyone thinking of kidnapping her pets.
She added: "My biggest security is my German Shepherd, who is 60 kilos. Nobody walks past that. He's silent but deadly."