December 2, 2022

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Simon Cowell makes a plea for Britney Spears to return as a judge on one of his shows

Back to TV?  Simon Cowell, 63, begged Britney Spears, 40, to work with him again 10 years after they sat on the judging panel of the US version of The X Factor.

Simon Cowell has begged Britney Spears to work with him again 10 years after they sat on the jury of the US version of The X Factor.

The music mogul, 63, has made a public plea for pop star Britney, 40, to consider appearing in one of his shows now she’s custody-free, describing the “talented” star as having “great ideas on how to launch someone.” Career path Career path.

Tell e! NewsWe spent a lot of time on the phone talking about the X Factor before we did it.

Back to TV? Simon Cowell, 63, begged Britney Spears, 40, to work with him again 10 years after they sat on the judging panel of the US version of The X Factor.

There is a side of Britney that not many people know about. I mean, I was on the phone with her for two or three hours at a time. They were so smart, great ideas on how to launch someone else’s career, which is crucial if you’re going to judge one of these shows. So I had a great relationship with her.

He added, “If you’ve been watching Britney and we’re doing a show, please come back and do it with me.” It will be amazing. I love it.

“She’s really interesting and she’s very talented.”

counting?  The music mogul has made a public appeal for pop star Britney to consider appearing in one of his shows now that she's free from her sponsorship.

counting? The music mogul has made a public appeal for pop star Britney to consider appearing in one of his shows now that she’s free from her sponsorship.

Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of the end of Britney Spears’ 13-year tenure.

Her handlers had power over her financial and medical affairs, as well as career decisions and major personal matters like when she could see her teenage sons Sean, 17, and Jayden, 16.

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Britney appeared on The X Factor during this time but is now free to make up her mind about her career.

PRAISE: Simone described Britney as 'talented' as having 'beautiful ideas on how to start someone's life' after appearing on season 2 of the US version of The X Factor (she was portrayed on the show in 2012)

PRAISE: Simone described Britney as ‘talented’ as having ‘beautiful ideas on how to start someone’s life’ after appearing on season 2 of the US version of The X Factor (she was portrayed on the show in 2012)

It comes after Simon said there is a ‘good chance’ The X Factor will return in the UK or US in 2024.

The talent show judge is considering bringing the series back to television, and is said to be more inclined for the show to return to the US, where Simon has a strong working relationship with NBC on America’s Got Talent.

Speaking of who the judges would be if he decided to revive The X Factor, he said: “Industry insiders, like A and R people, rather than artists because they’re better judges of talent and less jealous than bright young artists.”

All-Stars: Britney (second left) appeared as a judge on the US version of The X Factor in 2012 with judges (L-R) LA Reid, Demi Lovato and Simon

All-Stars: Britney (second left) appeared as a judge on the US version of The X Factor in 2012 with judges (L-R) LA Reid, Demi Lovato and Simon

Simon also notes that the A and R people aren’t “too extravagant” as some of the stars can be, and admits he’d take the show “back to basics” if it came back, now that the show is “too complicated”.

Tell times Newspaper: ‘In the beginning it was very straightforward – you audition and then at the end of the series you get to sing with a star.

“So if I were to restart it, I would take it back to basics.”

Simon recently admitted it ‘was a little bit crazy’ when The X Factor – which ran for 15 series and two spin-offs on ITV from 2004 to 2019 – began to become a success.

Tell the sun: ‘The X Factor in the beginning, when there was no expectation of us and we could do whatever we liked, it was a lot of fun. When it became successful, everyone, including me, went a little crazy.

It was a time in my life when everything was great on the surface but underneath it wasn’t fun and not great. Everything was awry wrong.

“And I never want to feel that way again.”

“Now I think you should be satisfied with the quality of something, rather than what you’re being judged on — ratings or chart positions.”

In July, it was reported that Channel 5 would be reviving The X Factor.

A source at the time said to Daily Star Sunday: “Once the X Factor was up for grabs, there was interest from a number of networks.

The X Factor is one of the most popular shows in the history of television, so it’s no surprise that a lot of channels were keen on it. their chosen production company.

“After a lot of meetings, the executives decided to go to Channel 5.”