One Direction need to take time off after an "unbelievably" busy schedule over the past five years, Simon Cowell told Good Morning Britain.Read the full story ›
Cowell, who replaced Walsh with DJ Nick Grimshaw for the latest series, said he "wouldn't rule anything out".Read the full story ›
Comic and children's author David Walliams said his pal Simon Cowell would make a great villain as he is "pure evil".Read the full story ›
X Factor judge Simon Cowell has revealed he had tests done to predict when he will die, and he has been told he will live to the age of 95.Read the full story ›
The music supremo insisted he was not trying to be "down with the kids" but had just "got lazy on holiday and decided to keep it".Read the full story ›
Simon Cowell's comments come after revealing X Factor fans will be able to vote on which category judges will mentor for the first time.Read the full story ›
Cheryl is a 'Chez-Bot', Grimmy gets microchipped, Rita gets distracted and Simon gets his shows mixed up. And who's that chap at the end?Read the full story ›
Auditions for X Factor have been cancelled following the death Simon Cowell's mother.Read the full story ›
The X Factor boss has set up The F Factor which will see 10 young people compete for a cash prize of £10,000.Read the full story ›
Britain's Got Talent judge Simon Cowell has insisted the show did not "set out to fool anybody" after hundreds of people complained when they found out that the show's winner used a stunt double dog.
The disclosure that a lookalike dog was used by Jules O'Dwyer to walk the parallel ropes led to 507 complaints to date to Ofcom and another 130 directly to ITV.
Speaking tonight at a charity event for 'Together For Short Lives' which helps terminally ill children, Cowell said the "confusion" of a live show was to blame for the mix up.
No-one set out to fool anybody, the second dog actually had his collar with his name on. I think now the dust has settled a bit we can accept that she won.