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Unlike judges on many American talent shows, Cowell didn't sugar-coat his criticisms to contestants.
With the show's growing popularity -- by its fourth season it was the top show on television, a rank it has held ever since -- Cowell and fellow "Idol" players Abdul, judge Randy Jackson and amiable host Ryan Seacrest became stars in their own right.
Cowell will be both executive producer and judge on "The X Factor." "I'm thrilled that we have put a date on the launch of the U. version of 'The X Factor,' and delighted to be continuing to work with Fox," said Cowell in a statement.
"We have a fantastic relationship, a great team and are all very excited about this." i Report: Will you watch "Idol" without Simon?
Since its premiere in 2002, "Idol" has been an entertainment phenomenon, regularly ranking as TV's top show, creating several musical stars and pulling in millions more viewers than its closest competition. Cowell's presence has been credited as a major reason.
The British music executive was a judge on the British version of "Idol," "Pop Idol," and came to the United States when Fox imported the show.
I think we're possibly secretly in love with each other," the mag reports Cowell as saying.
is reporting that Simon's latest interview with (on stands April 30) includes a declaration his true feelings for the former pop star."Paula's frustrating, she's annoying and I can't understand half of what she's talking about but there's incredible comfort between us.(Indeed, he signed the last page of his "contract" on stage with Fox executives Peter Rice and Kevin Reilly.) "[I] didn't think it was right to do two shows in America at the same time, so [I] decided to leave one and start another," he said.He said he missed Paula Abdul, the former "Idol" judge who left the show in August, but wouldn't confirm or deny whether she would appear on "X Factor" in the U. Cowell and Abdul had a good-naturedly contentious relationship on "Idol," with the tough-minded Brit often acting as bad cop to the "Forever Your Girl" singer's good cop.Despite their ups and their downs, Paula gave Simon a funny and truly touching send off during his final episode that really summed up their entire on-screen relationship.
After poking fun at her long-time co-judge, Paula got sentimental, telling Simon that their time together has brought her "immeasurable joy." "I love all the fun we've had together, I love all the laughter we've shared together, and American Idol is not going to be the same without you," she sincerely said.Though the show continues to dominate American TV, ratings have started sliding in "Idol's" past two seasons. The show has given him "the best days of my life." Asked who should replace him, he jokingly suggested Seacrest, with whom Cowell has also good-naturedly tangled.