Louis Tomlinson and Simon Cowell Are ”Trying to Put a Girl Band Together”

24 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

I’d like to celebrate 60th with X Factor still on air.

Anyone with children knows that when they want to go somewhere they’re going there, so it’s no wonder that when Simon Cowell’s son Eric wanted to be with his daddy he was going to get there any way possible.SIMON Cowell has pledged that X Factor will be on our screens for another five years and is convinced he will still be a judge as he hits his 60th birthday.The star even opened up about his battle to stop smoking with One Direction star Louis Tomlinson, as she revealed: ‘I was saying to Louis, this is the one thing I would find very difficult to give up because I do love a cigarette.

Simon, 56, admitted that he’d love to be ‘celebrating my 60th birthday with X Factor still on air’ and that we should all stop worrying about the future of the show.Louis, who was replaced by Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw on X Factor this year, has said that he’d like to take part at some point, so viewers may get the chance to see him chewing on kangaroo testicles or something equally disgusting in the future.

A cigarette and a beer.’ Showing off his talking skills by saying his name during his interview with ex-partner Terri, Eric also appears to have adopted his father’s British accent, much to Simon’s amusement. It turns out the music mogul himself has also been concerned over the viewing figures for the latest series, telling the newspaper: ‘That first week of the show this year I felt it. When asked by Terri if his son has inherited any of his mannerisms, The X Factor judge replied: ‘When he wants something, he’s like me, he just says it over and over again.’ The interview also saw Simon confess to giving advice on fatherhood to 23-year-old Louis, who is currently expecting his first child with American stylist Briana Jungwirth. ‘What I love about this show is that it’s open to absolutely anyone.

If we’re sitting here in ten years’ time we’ll have a very large celebration.” “It is only there to entertain people and it is a fun show to watch and it creates stars. Is this going to work or is it a really bad sign?” The new series has seen several changes, including Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw joining the panel and the decision to let the public pick which group each judge will mentor. If you ever think I am coming over blasé about it being ten years, trust me I pinch myself every year and say ‘Thank God we’re still here!” Cowell’s complicated love life always made the idea of him settling down seem fairly ridiculous.

The global superstar, 23, was a normal teenager from Doncaster when he entered the TV talent show five years ago, but now his life has been changed beyond recognition. Speaking from France – where he helped Simon Cowell judge his overs category – he said: “I would probably still be trying to struggle through sixth form at 23 and trying to get my A-levels done. “I have no idea actually, I’ve often thought about it seriously, but I don’t know. I had to walk out in front of them all when it was first revealed that I was helping Simon and then give a little speech. “I was nervous because I wanted what I said to them to actually mean something to them.

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