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Simon Cowell To Appear In X Factor Spot During Super Bowl

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He's baaaaack!

You're going to see a familiar face this Sunday!

Simon Cowell will appear in a 30-second spot promoting his new talent show X Factor during the Super Bowl this weekend.

A commercial that apparently costs $3 million!


FOX really wants to make sure this show is a hit!

[Image via WENN.]

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5 comments to “Simon Cowell To Appear In X Factor Spot During Super Bowl”

  1. 1

    Of course they would show it during the super bowl. It's gonna flop anyway so whatever. Next.

  2. 2

    Fuck X-Factor and fuck American Idol.
    These shows have killed the music.
    Simon cowell should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity.

  3. 3

    the KEY word hear is FOX! Read between the lines, FOX simply wants the TWO biggest shows on TV and will play us all like puppets to get the win! There is no hate between Idol and X Factor, FOX wants us to think there is so they create public reaction! They love both Simons! This is more fixed than a WWE MATCH and we all buy tickets!

  4. Merab says – reply to this


    Re: galleon10

    haha…so true…my thoughts exactly…

    One day when Cowell finally disappears- and all his shit shows and acts, believe me, folks…no-one will feel that music lacks anything…
    He´s really been a poison to nowadays music industry…

  5. 5

    Re: Merab

    What a crock of shit. Tell me exactly how Simon has 'killed music'.

    The music industry it's self has killed music. Creating brands, instead of artists.