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Simon Cowell May Fire Sharon Osbourne From X Factor

December 17, 2007 (2:54 am) GMT
After she dissed Dannii Minogue, Sharon Osbourne's fate in the British talent show will be determined by creator Cowell after the final.Dissed Dannii Minogue's credibility, Sharon Osbourne's fate in t

Judge may not come back to British talent show X Factor next season after she pissed creator Simon Cowell with her behavior. The wife of rocker launched a verbal attack to fellow judge and disappointed Cowell.

"I will sit down with Sharon after the final and discuss things then," Cowell said. "We have got three acts who have the biggest night of their lives ahead of them, that is all I am worried about right now." Sharon allegedly only got her contract renewed the week before she said Dannii is only a judge "because of her looks".

Last week, Sharon told BBC TV's The Graham Norton Show, "She [Dannii] knows she's there because of her looks, not because of her contribution to the music industry." This, reportedly, is a statement stemming from Dannii's failure to get her new singles from album '' in the Top 20.

Cowell also issued an earlier statement regarding the incident saying, "You see a grown-up Sharon behaving like this in public. I think it's wrong. Certain things should be done behind closed doors - the limelight shouldn't be taken from the contestants. I wish Sharon would ask my advice before she does things instead of trying to deal with it herself."

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