Simon Cowell promises the X Factor will return to screens following break

The X Factor has given us so many famous faces and iconic moments: Stacey Solomon, “very very ‘arsh”, Jedward, Alexandra Burke, “who knew you could do uptempo, owwww?”, One Direction, Leona Lewis, Rylan vs Gary Barlow, Little Mix, “fag ash breath”, Wagner, that ‘Sugar Walls’ audition, everything Dannii Minogue said or did… and we could go on.

However, ratings dwindled and 2019’s planned All-Stars series was replaced by Celebrity and The Band editions, both of which failed to impress. Earlier this year, ITV told Digital Spy that: “There are no current plans for the next series of The X Factor at this stage.”

But Simon Cowell thinks that the show will be back one day, stating that it is only on a break rather than it being axed.

“This year was the first year since we took it off the air, where I realised how much I’d really, really missed it,” he told OK! magazine at a charity ball.

“And I think the public do as well. It was – and is – a brilliant show. And there’s no question it will return. I think we did the right thing in resting it, as it was a huge show to produce and I think people were tired.

“When it comes back – and it will – it will hopefully be a big event.”

‘Walk The Line’: Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, Dawn French, and Craig David named as judges

Simon Cowell‘s newest talent show Walk The Line has named its star cast of judges – including Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, Dawn French, and Craig David. They will also be joined by Maya Jama as the series host.

In recent years, both Ben Haenow and Little Mix have criticised the show for its editing and creating “storylines” and “characters”, rather than being authentic.

Furthermore, Lloyd Daniels claimed he wasn’t allowed to come out as gay while competing on The X Factor, while Misha B (and Gary Barlow) alleged that the judges were told by the producers to label her as a bully on a live episode.

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With TV talent show phenomenon X Factor officially ending after seventeen years on air, Simon Cowell and his company Syco Entertainment are soon to return with an “edgy” new competition Walk The Line, hosted by Maya Jama.

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