MOST musicians would kill to get their hands on a Brit Award.
But The Script singer Danny O'Donoghue has claimed that he doesn't want to pick one up at next month's bash.
The Dubliner, who's also a coach on the UK version of The Voice, has said that winning the prestigious accolade isn't always a good thing.
He reckons that it can make some bands "complacent", especially if they are already successful.
Although The Script have been given the nod in the Best International Group category, he reckons it should go to a another act.
"I was talking to a lot of people when I was on holiday over Christmas and it seems the more awards you get the more complacent you start to become," he said.
"We've always been pipped at it for whatever reason, but it's never stopped us from going on and being successful."