Simon Cowell Louis Walsh Safe
October 24, 2011 by staff
However, now believed to Cowell, who left the show in the UK to focus on the American version of the competition, contact Walsh to ensure that it would not be starting in the near future.
A source said: “Louis was stunned to see the history of Sun, but after eight years in the program that is not worried at all, almost every year the newspapers say it is for the chop, but he remains the ultimate judge standing ”
The claims came after 59 years, Walsh had to make a humiliating apology to the air last night after calling contender, Misha Bryan, a bully. The chaos of the night before – or pantomime – was caused by the fever of Walsh Saturday night when Bryan said the 19-year-old had bullied a fellow contestant backstage. According to The Sun today is the person who had been bullied Sami was Brookes who was voted the show last night.
Brookes had complained to Walsh after weeks of heightened Misha, that overflowed last Thursday. “One of my competitors have complained to me that Misha has been the intimidation,” Walsh said at the show Saturday night kicked off a live TV row between the four judges. Later it was reported that Kelly Rowland spent an hour giving Louis Walsh a piece of her mind. Then last night came the volte face with Walsh trailing comment: “There should be a bully named Misha and I apologize for that.”
In other news – which may or may not be related to the drama on the screen – it is reported that the show’s producers Simon Cowell could bring back to the fold after a sharp drop in ratings this season has seen a drop in 2.5 million viewers.
Cowell (52) is to keep your mouth shut on speculation. “I’m flattered that people would need – but I do not want anyone to miss the show.”
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