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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”.

2 Comments »

  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!
    GET RID OF HER SHE RUBBISH NO ONE LIKES HER!!!

    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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