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Tuesday, 19 October, 2010

Simon Cowell Signs 3 Year X Factor deal

We know many of you were concerned over stories there might be no X Factor next year – you can all breathe a sigh of relief, because it’s been confirmed there will be!

X Factor will be returning in 2011 in its usual autumn to Christmas slot, despite plans to launch X Factor USA. It is thought that Simon may remain as a judge, although it has not been announced exactly how he will juggle this with his work on the American version of the show.

Confirming X Factor until the end of 2013, ITV boss Peter Fincham said “I’m delighted that our viewers can continue to enjoy them on ITV over the next three years”.


  1. you said trayc’s the better siger and your saving katie because shes more etertaining why? The Xfactors about singing not entertainment so you got rid of trayc when she is a MUCH better singer than katie?:S

    just to remind you at the end of this show the winner makes a CD not a DVD, you cant see entertainment on a CD you hear it. so you need to think about that next time katies in the bottom 2 AGAIN!

    Comment by Shepy' — Wednesday, 17 November, 2010 @ 15:19

  2. but what about tours?
    and live performances?7
    they have to connect to the audience and if you cannot understand that already you need to keep a better eye on the show.
    Trayc was a stronger singer but she didnt do anything she wasnt exciting and when she came onstage it didnt make anyone jump from their seats.

    Comment by Courteney — Tuesday, 30 November, 2010 @ 18:26

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