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There will be a double dose of Simon Cowell on tonight's Britain's Got Talent when the showbiz music judge comes face to face with his namesake.
The other Simon, a 37-year-old singer from Northumberland, will try to impress the judges with his version of When You Tell Me That You Love Me by Diana Ross and tells Cowell: "It's an honour to have this name.
"I just feel like I'm meant to be on the stage in some way, it's just my biggest dream to win this show."
X Factor judge Simon Cowell has posted pictures of his baby son Eric on Twitter, telling his 9.8 million followers that the 11-week-old is "handsome like his dad".
The 54-year-old father-of-one also tweeted a picture of Eric in the arms of his mother, Cowell's partner Lauren Silverman.
He told his fans: "My little boy Eric is healthy and happy."
Cowell, also a judge on ITV's Britain's Got Talent, said he was travelling back to the UK from Los Angeles, adding: "Hope you are enjoying Got Talent. Next week's show has a very special audition."
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Britain's Got Talent has set a record after becoming the most popular reality show in the world. The talent show has set a Guinness World Record with 59 different versions being made in 58 different territories - including two in Belgium.
Among the most recent countries to make their own version are Kazakhstan, Brazil, Moldova and Iceland.
The show's creator and judge Simon Cowell said: "I am very proud that Got Talent is a home-grown British show. We owe its success to a group of very talented producers all over the world who have made this happen. And, of course, amazing talent."
Guinness World Records president Alistair Richards said: "We are delighted to confirm that Got Talent has broken the previous world record and is now the official Guinness World Record holder for the most successful reality television format, a landmark moment in television record-breaking history."