X-Factor creator and judge Simon Cowell has confirmed that the singing competition show is returning to the US after a ten-year hiatus.
X Factor creator and judge Simon Cowell has confirmed that the singing competition show is returning to the US after a ten-year hiatus. The collection originated in the UK in 2004 and has had several editions around the world. The X Factor premiered in the United States in 2011 and ran for three seasons. The winners of the US version are Melanie Amaro (season one), Tate Stevens (season two) and the duo Alex and Sierra (season three), but the The show's most successful performance was Fifth Harmony, where he came in third in season two. Competitors are divided into groups based on categories such as Boys, Girls, Over 25, and Groups under the guidance of instructors. Simon, L.A. Reed, Nicole Scherzinger, Paula Abdul, Britney Spears, Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland and Paulina mentored the US version of The X Factor for three seasons Rubio.
In an interview with The US Sun, Simon revealed that the X Factor will be returning to the United States a decade after being canceled by Fox. Now, Simon has struck a deal with NBC to bring the show back. Simon said, "I have a mantra in life, always go somewhere You got the best invite - NBC invited us to make a show here. That means we're going to be making shows here. Simon added, "We found the perfect partner with NBC—and I honestly don't say that because they're paying me, but because they're so good."
Simon Cowell Confirms That The X Factor Will Be Revived On NBC
Simon has already had a lot of success on NBC with his other show, America's Got Talent, and is looking forward to the 2023 premiere of America's Got Talent: All-Stars. He talks about the network "I really like them, get along well with them, and they're a joy to see people succeed at [AGT]. Simon also revealed that the US has more interest in reviving the X Factor, which was canceled after 14 years in 2018, than the UK. "So the best way to navigate where you're going is, if I'm being honest, It's more exciting here than in the UK.
Simon has always had an uncanny knack for finding the best talent on reality television. As an original judge on American Idol, he helped launch the careers of some of the show's most successful contestants, including winner Ke Lily Clarkson and Carrie Underwood. On the UK version of The X Factor, Simon teamed up with Nicole to create One Direction, whose members Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan all found solo success. Simon was there when Little Mix and James Arthur started their stardom. He also collaborated with other mentors from the US version of The X Factor to form Fifth Harmony, whose members Ally Brooke, Normani, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregiu and Camila Cabello are also very successful solo artists.
The X Factor was an exciting show when it aired. The idea of creating various competing groups, guided by the show's superstar judges, including Simon, makes for exciting viewing. The first three seasons were filled with so many talented artists. As the X Factor prepares for its triumphant return to US television, fans will be eagerly awaiting an announcement on who will be directing the contestants this time. These mentors will look for competitors with The X Factor.
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