That would make US furious!
JK! What Angie's actually doing is
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He did pick those boys and grouped them together when they appeared on X Factor the very first time. But even though they placed third in the competition, they're certainly number one in every tween's heart at the moment!
So, it's no surprise that the X Factor judge wants to recreate that success with another, younger band, that's why he lowered the age limit from 16 to 14!
A source close to the situation is claiming:
Just as the X Factor UK is warming up for its 11th season, I Can't Sing! The X Factor The Musical had to abandon a live performance mid-show.
After a 45-minute delay, the London Palladium production had to call it quits on the second act last night thanks to a mysterious
Well, think again because the twosome are still bickering!
Actually, Cheryl insists that Simon had to beg for her to sit back on the judging panel after winning a lawsuit against the music mogul for firing her unexpectedly in 2010.
YUP! Our fave reality TV is just as explosive as ever!
Ch-ch-check out the raging interview (above)!
This is incredible news!!!
The proud new papa is super stoked to have her judging again, too! Sources close to the situation confessed:
The unimaginable has happened! Simon Cowell has been rejected!
Instead of sitting high and comfy between Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne, Rita is wayyyy more interested in working on her own career.
Regardless of the reasoning, the thought of anyone saying "no" to Simon is HIGHlarious — especially when we imagine it with Rita's sass! HA!
This is absolutely AH-Mazing!!
He was working in London this morning when he heard his lady love was going into labor on the other side of the friggin' Atlantic Ocean!
Thankfully, Simon knew his son was coming sooner or later and he was smart enough to plan ahead
Before FOX gave the singing competition the axe, the TV mogul very quietly tried to convince NBC to give the show a new home.
While the first season cashed in an estimated $500 million thanks to super devoted fandom, by the third season the franchise lost its huge Pepsi sponsorship AND only earned a measly $139 million.
Now, the international success and TV mastermind will be packing his bags and heading back over the pond to rejoin the X Factor UK judging panel after padding his bank account with hundreds of millions from the now failed show.
So really, with the loss of Simon and a little less music on the American small screen, it sounds like U.S. viewers are really the only ones who are losing here!
What a drag!!! How we'll miss those charming insults! HA!
UPDATE: A rep from X Factor tells us any rumors of Simon Cowell trying to migrate the show to NBC are "completely categorically untrue.”