Simon Cowell Addresses Rumors of 'The X Factor' Revival
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The British television and music mogul is proud of discovering new stars through many of his talent shows like 'The X Factor' and 'Got Talent' franchise.

AceShowbiz - Simon Cowell is 100% sure he's going to launch a new singing show. Next year will mark the 20th anniversary of the 63-year-old's "The X Factor" show, and there have been reports it could be resurrected for a surprise return in some form to mark the date.

However, when asked if he had any plans to revive the show for its birthday, Simon told The Sun he instead wants to create a new talent show as loves launching new careers.

He said, "I always want to do something, whether it's 'BGT' ('Britain's Got Talent') or another show where you can find artists who need a break. And luckily, over the years, the shows I've made have launched an awful lot of careers."

"I think these shows, particularly now with so many kids trying to get attention and with 120,000 songs being uploaded online every day, everybody needs a secondary platform. I don't know what we're going to do about the anniversary, but in terms of, 'Are we going to make another singing show at some point?' the answer is definitely a yes."

"The X Factor" - which launched in 2004 and last aired on ITV in 2018 - helped launch the careers of acts including One Direction, Little Mix, and Alexandra Burke, 34, across its 14 series.

There was a huge hint dropped in December, it could be making a surprise comeback ahead of its 20-year anniversary in 2024 when ITV's director of television Kevin Lygo, 65, said, "I suspect X Factor has not gone away forever - never say never."

He also said in a speech at the Broadcasting Press Guild, "It was our most successful show for almost 20 years and we're still working with Simon on a daily basis."

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