Cowell


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Cowell

Simon. born 1959, British manager of pop groups and TV personality, best known as an outspoken judge on the TV talent contest Pop Idol
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During a recent interview, Williamson revealed that she was interviewing Cowell on the red carpet when she saw Prince Charles walking towards her.
Cowell, he said, played a significant role, supplying the drugs in North Wales.
You know what, the dark side has taken over, Cowell said.
Cowell put his fate in the judge's hands after waiving his right to a jury trial.
This year sees Cowell and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini joined by new judges Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw.
Shock radio DJ Howard Stern, 61, is quitting the show after four seasons and it is rumoured NBC execs want Cowell to return.
It has even been hinted Cowell, 55, is already working with them on a new "performance" show.
93 pub grub meal - paid for by the 55-year-old music paid for by the 55-year-old music - mogul - was a far cry from the posh - mogul - was a far cry from the posh places Cowell normally dines in.
Father of the business Alan Cowell said: "It's with thanks to our hardworking staff that we have won this award and we are so proud to be flying the flag as a centre of excellence for gardening products in the North East with a national reputation.
It was revealed that the Heatonborn star, 30, and show boss Cowell, 54, will revive their on-screen partnership for the ITV talent show after a four-year break.
Cowell, 54, who gained fame as an acid-tongued judge on television singing contests in the United States and his native Britain, has never married.
SIMON Cowell is planning a dance show rivalling Strictly Come Dancing to reclaim his crown as king of British TV.