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'If she knew Rachel was going to be in the bottom, she would've gone the other way,' so the British producer says of his fellow 'The X Factor (US)' judge who has been blamed for Rachel Crow's exit.
In addition to giving a look at Margaret's controversial political life and how she deals with protesters, the new trailer shows her younger life before she marries Denis Thatcher.
Being caught in a cross fire between Alec and American Airlines, Greyhound Bus Lines reacts by stating that their customers wouldn't share the 'Cooler' actor's feeling.
ITV confirms that Cowell will return as a judge on the British reality show, while sources say Seacrest has met with NBC execs to talk about a possiblity to replace Matt Lauer.
Paula Abdul criticizes Simon Cowell's fashion choice for his group's member Drew only to find out that the contestant designed her own dress.
The tween group are eliminated by a 3-1 vote with Simon as the only one who wants them, instead of Stereo Hogzz, to stay.
On the Top 12 performance show, the former 'American Idol' judge is so proud for having suggested Stacy Francis from Nicole Scherzinger's 'Over 30s' group to embrace gospel.
The 'X Factor (US)' judge dismisses rumors that he calls the Mother Monster and her 'Telephone' collaborator dull, insisting he describes them nothing but the opposite.
Seen with more curvy figure during a recent vacation, Richie reportedly went under the knife and got breast implants.
Two years after being arrested in Swiss, the 'Carnage' director launches a documentary 'Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir' and finally receives his lifetime achievement award.
A new Funny or Die video presents the 'High School Musical' star as former child beauty pageant contestant Makenzie who is all grown up but still competes against girls aged 5 to 7.
The 'X Factor (US)' judge includes Katy Perry in his 'boring' list and calls them the most boring singers in the world.
'The reason Simon hasn't said anything is because he has been working to try and make sure she is on the show,' the former 'American Idol' judge's publicist says on Cheryl's uncertain status.
Described as 'a story of dreams mixed with reality,' the new song reportedly serves as an intro for Drizzy's new album 'Take Care'.
Simon Cowell is featured in the trailer to explain the show and introduce the other three judges, Paula Abdul, L.A. Reid and Cheryl Cole.