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Simon Cowell blames Cheryl Cole's lack of committment for sacking

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    Simon Cowell blames Cheryl Cole's lack of committment for sacking

    by Mark Jefferies and Tom Bryant, Daily Mirror 28/05/2011
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    [​IMG] Simon Cowell (Pic:Getty Images)

    SIMON Cowell has blamed Cheryl Cole over her shock sacking from X Factor USA.
    The music mogul claims the devastated pop star did not work hard enough to try to impress her new American bosses.
    And he cruelly told one associate: “She doesn’t travel well. We’ve made a terrible mistake.”
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    Cowell, 51, reckons 27-year-old Cheryl didn’t push herself enough and allowed co-judges Paula Abdul and LA Reid to dominate discussions during auditions.
    As the show began to unravel plain-speaking Cowell was forced to admit things weren’t working out and Cheryl was looking like a “spare part” on the panel.
    He had promised Fox TV a feisty, no-nonsense judge. But insiders claim she seemed to show a lack of confidence.
    She also raised eyebrows by spending her spare time with music business pals rather than buttering up TV chiefs.
    Cowell told a friend: “I feel for Cheryl, but the Americans just didn’t get her.”
    One source claimed he was forced to wield the axe to protect the future of the series, which begins in the US this autumn.
    The insider added: “Cheryl didn’t play the game out there by sucking up to the TV bosses and going to parties. Basically she just didn’t deliver.”
    Tensions arose from the first audition in Los Angeles on May 8. Cowell repeatedly told Cheryl she needed to contribute more, but she found it hard to get going.
    There were also concerns that her Geordie accent made it difficult for American audiences to understand her.
    After the Chicago auditions on May 19, Cowell had to concede that pint-sized Fox Entertainment boss Mike Darnell, who had resisted Cheryl from the start, was right and she had to go.
    The US source added: “Simon stuck his neck out for Cheryl and really wanted it to work. But she just didn’t fit into the mix.”
    Now the show’s co-host Nicole Scherzinger is set to take over on the judging panel.
    A friend of Cheryl hit back last night, saying: “Simon’s doing his usual trick of blaming everyone but himself. Cheryl was thrown in at the deep end and he gave her no help or leeway.
    “It is very unfair that she wasn’t allowed time to settle in. Simon can’t just simply wash his hands and say it was all Cheryl’s fault. That is a gross distortion of what really happened.”
     
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    Will the real Simon Cowell stand up?
     
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    Cheryl Cole could defect to BBC after X Factor humiliation

    28/05/2011
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    [​IMG] Cheryl Cole (Pic: Rex Features)

    HUMILIATED Cheryl Cole may take the ultimate revenge on Simon Cowell – and defect to a rival network.
    The shell-shocked singer is being urged to join talent show The Voice, which the BBC plans to launch on Saturday evenings next year.
    The show is already a hit across the Atlantic, where Cheryl was unceremoniously dumped from US X Factor after Cowell caved in to TV bosses this week.
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    Cowell is now begging Cheryl, 27, to anchor the forthcoming UK X Factor series but her advisers say she should cut all ties with the multi-millionaire mogul after her humiliation in such a public fashion.
    To add insult to injury, she also learned last night that she would have to accept a massive pay cut if she decided to come back to the show. Cheryl has been lying low at a country hotel retreat in Berkshire after returning to the UK last Sunday.
    But she told a friend yesterday: "I'm very torn about what to do next. This whole thing has been so upsetting. I don't feel like I can even step out the door and face everyone at the moment.
    "But I am so grateful to all the messages of support. My fans are giving me the strength to look to the future."
    Her record company Universal, which is also involved in The Voice, is furious with Cowell, 51, for capsizing Cheryl's American dream. Music boss David Joseph, who also runs the Brit Awards, is said to be keen for Cheryl to promote her career and music on the show.
    A record company source said: "Universal are heavily involved in recruiting judges for The Voice when it moves to the BBC and they are urging Cheryl to be the big star of that show.
    "It would be a fresh start for her and would mean she could work with people who she trusts and who have her best interests at heart. It would also be a great way of sticking two fingers up at Simon Cowell." Even if Cheryl does decide to return to ITV, the door at the BBC would remain open to her, claimed the source.
    He added: "She could even do one more series of UK X Factor and then flee to the BBC, such is the demand for her."
    The Voice, where judges including Christina Aguilera hear the auditions "blind" and rate the talent purely on their singing voices, is a hit in the States, where it attracts more than 12 million viewers. New BBC1 boss Danny Cohen is keen to make a huge splash with the format here but has insisted that it won't get the green light unless the judging panel is spot-on.
    Over at ITV, UK X Factor bosses were yesterday desperately trying to unravel Cowell's monumental blunder.
    Auditions for the next series begin in Birmingham next Wednesday – and an expected announcement has yet to be made about the female judges.
    After Dannii Minogue's shock departure earlier this month, Destiny's Child star Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos from N-Dubz had been tipped to join – but now Cowell wants Cheryl back.
    However, she's been offered €575,000 – half of last year's fee – because ITV has already blown its budget by luring Take That's Gary Barlow on to the panel.
    An ITV source said: "The show has a budget and, when the female judges were going to be Kelly and Tulisa, they could afford to splash out on Gary Barlow. But now, if Cheryl decides to come back, there is not the money left in the pot for her to get the same deal. It is a complete mess and the blame is being placed very firmly at Simon's door, however much he tries to wriggle out of it. This is the worst possible scenario and shows that his seat-of-the-pants style of management is a total liability."
    X Factor judge Louis Walsh said yesterday that he would love to see Cheryl return.
    He said: "We would welcome her back with open arms. I'm surprised about what happened to Cheryl in the US but, yes, I'd like her back on the UK show. I think she should return and I think most viewers feel the same.
    Louis, 58, said she would be smarting from her American ordeal – but not for long.
    He added: "Cheryl and I get on well. She's a soft, sweet girl.
    "Not many people see that side of her. Of course, what happened in the States is a blow for her, but she will bounce back from it with the right people around her. She's big enough to carry on being a success and a massive hit with the viewers." Cheryl may still get a large chunk of the €1.4million she was due to earn from the American show.
    Fox TV bosses had reportedly inserted a get-out clause in her contract – but Cheryl's lawyers are arguing they should pay her for the deal in full.
    Last night, Cowell's normally hyperactive PR spin machine was ominously silent.
    He is believed to be trying to focus on the Britain's Got Talent live finals next week, but has also been trying to encourage Cheryl to stay on the UK version of the show.
    A senior ITV source said: "Nobody knows what the hell's going on – it's typical Simon."
     
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    Cheryl Cole speaks for the first time

    by Will Payne, Sunday Mirror 29/05/2011
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    [​IMG] Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole

    Desolate Cheryl Cole was last night considering whether to walk away from X Factor as bosses gave her a midnight ultimatum.
    And she broke her silence about her sacking from the US show to say: "Why did Simon Cowell do this to me?"
    Last night, still stunned at the speed of her US demise, tearful Cheryl was holed up in a secret location back in Britain.
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    The distraught star said she could not believe she had been fired from US X Factor after just four days of *auditions. "I still haven't been given a reason," she told a friend.
    Yesterday Cheryl was refusing to take calls from TV bosses demanding to know whether she will agree to be on this year's UK show – which starts filming on Wednesday.
    And as ITV chiefs grew steadily more exasperated, she was given an ultimatum by Cowell. The music mogul told her: "Do you want *another job on more money? It's a simple question: Yes or No?"
    A stark warning was sent to her. A source said: "She's been told to grow up and pick yourself up or you'll lose the British show too.
    "It's tough, but we start filming the UK programme on Wednesday. No one is bigger than the show, that's what she has to realise. If *Cheryl doesn't want to do it we'll just go on without her.
    "It's very worrying that she's *refusing to engage with us. We need a dialogue but she won't answer the phone. Cheryl needs to call us. She needs to call home."
    Executives also raised concerns about wounded Cheryl's mental state, and whether she is now too fragile to pick herself up for the UK show. One said: "It's an entertainment show and the judges have to be cheerful and positive. We are not sure she is in the right place to take it on."
    But friends of 27-year-old Cheryl last night responded angrily to the dramatic ultimatum, insisting she had taken a massive blow and couldn't just pick herself up. "She can't just say, I'll be there on *Wednesday."
    A close adviser said she is still in shock at the way she was treated. He said: "It is quite understandable how she feels. There was no reason for her to be sacked. She still doesn't know why she's lost her job.
    "How can she be judged after just four days? She felt she was doing OK and getting a good reaction from the public. Now she is facing massive upheaval, a huge change.
    "She had found her own place in LA and was ready to move her whole life over there. Now, without the TV show, all her American plans are over. She has had to move back to Britain and now she is being asked to make one of the biggest decisions she could possibly make.
    "Her life has been turned upside down. At the moment she is trying to work out what to do with her life. If she doesn't give them an answer and they go with someone else, then they go with someone else.
    "They can't just force her into a decision. Who knows, she might just decide to take some time out and disappear for a while."
    Referring to Cheryl's divorce from Chelsea star Ashley last year, a *relative of hers said: "Last year was supposed to be her worst year and this year was supposed to be the best of her life as she conquered America. But it is now looking as bad as last year. It's a nightmare. Cheryl is in pieces – she hasn't stopped crying."
    Cowell and ITV bosses have lined up N-Dubz star Tulisa and US star Kelly Rowlands to join Gary Barlow and Louis Walsh on the judging panel – without her.
    "We are happy with our Plan A. But if Cheryl wants to come back we will go with Plan B," said an ITV source. Transatlantic negotiations were taking place between her *manager Will.i.am, her lawyers in Los Angeles and executives for Cowell and ITV. But they were being *thwarted by Cheryl's refusal to get involved in discussions.
    Will.i.am has been demanding a €1.5million pay-off from the US show, and a massive €3million wage from the UK programme.
    A source close to Cowell said: "Simon feels bad about this situation, but at the end of the day it's a tough world. She went over with dreams of cracking America and it hasn't worked. But she's a young girl and the move from here to America is like going from playing in small theatres to filling out stadiums.
    "Simon's got her another job on more money and she needs to get over it and stop sulking."
    And a senior TV executive added: "Cheryl has to remember that she and Simon are not the only players in this situation." The executive was referring to X Factor's production *company Fremantle and network bosses at ITV, who commission and pay for the programme. The executive added: "It is still the most popular show in the UK and it will not wait for anyone, even Cheryl.
    "People are getting increasingly *annoyed at the fact that she doesn't seem to *appreciate the urgency of the *situation because the line-up for the show needs to be sorted out.
    "Will.i.am is hardly an expert in *British TV and is in New York. There is a serious lack of communication. Cheryl really needs someone to give her some strong, sensible advice. She may be hurting, but she needs to take the UK X Factor job." Cheryl's US dream came crashing down last weekend when she was told she was being ditched by ruthless Fox TV execs and replaced with former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger. Since then she has gone into meltdown. She is livid with Simon, previously her closest confidante, and does not know who to trust. In a further twist it was revealed last night that Fox execs always knew there was a major chance Cheryl would be dropped. Unknown to her, they were treating the first rounds of auditions as a trial period for the British star. A set insider said: "Cheryl's accent had nothing to do with the decision to ditch her. She just didn't work and there is no other way to put it. It was clear from the first day that it just didn't mesh and Simon knew it too.
    "Execs knew they had to do something sooner rather than later as the quicker they made a change, the less of an impact it would have.
    "There was a get-out clause in the contract so technically it was all a *rehearsal for her anyway. Execs had the right to pull her at any time and they decided the chemistry would be far better with Nicole in Cheryl's place." N-Dubz singer Tulisa – who was all but confirmed as a UK judge – had not heard anything from ITV in days and was *now fearing for her position.
    A source said: "This is how shambolic the whole operation has become.
    "A girl who they openly courted for weeks has been left out in the cold *because Cheryl's suddenly become *available.
    ‘This is supposed to be one of the *biggest shows in the world, with some of the slickest production but it is being run in an unbelievably shoddy manner."
     
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    Si wanasema anakwenda BBC.................................kuanza maisha mapya?
     
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    Cheryl Cole's downfall: Paula Abdul suggested 'crystal healing' to offset her negativity

    EXCLUSIVE by Will Payne, Sunday Mirror 29/05/2011
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    [​IMG] Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole

    The signs were there for all who could read them.
    The multi-million-dollar US X Factor had just rolled into Chicago for the second round of auditions and Paula Abdul had already regained her position next to Simon Cowell... at the expense of Cheryl Cole.
    Over the next two days Cheryl became increasingly quiet and isolated. In the vast 11,000-seater Sears Centre, you could almost see the confidence drain out of her.
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    Backstage, Simon told her to impose *herself and turn on the loveable charm that made her such a favourite on the UK. Instead she became more nervous and withdrawn.
    Her fellow (and rival) judge Paula even suggested that Cheryl try "crystal healing" to deal with her "negative energy".
    The situation became so bad that Cheryl started suffering from crippling self-doubt, which caused a series of panic attacks.
    And little wonder, because she knew her entire US career rested on her Chicago performance, having been warned her displays until then were not up to scratch.
    The knives were sharpened, particularly by Fox Entertainment President Mike *Darnell, who had given her the job against his famously acute judgement. And it seemed that Simon, always her biggest fan, had started to lose faith. A source close to the tycoon said: "It's simple. She was not the Cheryl they first met. She did not give them what they needed. Simon did all he could. It's not his fault – she just did not deliver."
    But, although the Cowell camp has spent the last few days trying to shift the blame towards Cheryl's "lacklustre" performances, the truth could not be more different.
    In reality the blame rests squarely at the door of the previously peerless Cowell. In pushing Cheryl he made the worst decision of his life. The man renowned as the best judge of talent in the business had made a monumental blunder – there was no way both Paula and Cheryl could be on the same panel, both vying for Simon's affections.
    An industry source said: "If you analyse Simon's decision it was disastrous. Fox wanted to recreate the Simon-Paula *chemistry that had made American Idol such a huge success – the exact same *chemistry he has with Cheryl.
    "He never thought through how Cheryl and Paula could work together when their whole performance is based on a *giggly playful relationship with him. Only one can sit next to him and do that.
    "Having the two of them was never going to work and the fact Simon even entertained the idea shows a lack of judgment that has been noted by everyone in the industry."
    Someone close to Cheryl said Paula and show host Nicole Scherzinger – who now has her judging job – had quickly bonded. "They were very close, fawning over each other, admiring each other's nails, clothes, hair – it was like a love fest. They wouldn't mention Cheryl or include her in the conversations. She started feeling an outsider.
    "They would say, ‘Love your nails, where did you get them done?', or ‘Who did your hair? – it's amazing.' But they didn't mention hers and she found it all very false, almost like they were deliberately trying to ignore her to show what good friends they were. They would turn their backs on her when talking to make things worse.
    "They spent a lot of time in each other's dressing rooms. Simon was in his private room, which meant Cheryl sat alone. It started to get to her"
    The source added: "When it came to* *actually judging, Cheryl felt Simon has been speaking over her lots and interrupting her, when he hadn't with the others. She never got the chance to show who she *really was. She felt that they didn't ‘get' her sense of humour.
    "The production team asked the judges for their predictions, which Cheryl thought was *ridiculous because it was far too early to make predictions. She snapped: ‘We're judges – there's no Mystic Meg on the panel.' That did not go down too well. Then she was asked what her motivation was for the day, and she grumbled ‘to be in the pub for 7pm'. It was a joke but the room went silent.
    "Then one of Paula's glamorous aides swanned up and said, ‘Hey Paula says you should try crystal healing to get rid of your negative energy'." *Another source who worked on set added: "The moment Paula arrived she was in her element. She knew everyone and felt at ease. She's buddies with Fox boss Mike Darnell. That it made it even easier for her to stamp her *authority on the show."
    That was what Cheryl was up against. A relative novice versus an *established US favourite, who had taken a dislike to her. But insiders say the problem goes back to Simon's lack of judgment. "He is getting a reputation as a ditherer," our source said. "Before *deciding on the panel he met some of the biggest names to get them on board: Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, *Jessica Simpson."
    He failed to sign any of them, partly because he was not persuasive enough and partly because he couldn't make up his mind. And Nicole's former manager Jeff Haddad said: "I was *involved in months of *conversation about her being a judge. Being host didn't come up all.
    "Then just before Nicole signed her deal after my months of hard work to secure the right fee, she dropped me. I don't know what happened but I do know it's something fishy. They never intended her to be host in the first place.
    "I think that perhaps this has all been done to create hype for the show..."
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    Cheryl Cole's downfall: Paula Abdul suggested 'crystal healing' to offset her negativity

    EXCLUSIVE by Will Payne, Sunday Mirror 29/05/2011
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    [​IMG] Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole

    The signs were there for all who could read them.
    The multi-million-dollar US X Factor had just rolled into Chicago for the second round of auditions and Paula Abdul had already regained her position next to Simon Cowell... at the expense of Cheryl Cole.
    Over the next two days Cheryl became increasingly quiet and isolated. In the vast 11,000-seater Sears Centre, you could almost see the confidence drain out of her.
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    Backstage, Simon told her to impose *herself and turn on the loveable charm that made her such a favourite on the UK. Instead she became more nervous and withdrawn.
    Her fellow (and rival) judge Paula even suggested that Cheryl try “crystal healing” to deal with her “negative energy”.
    The situation became so bad that Cheryl started suffering from crippling self-doubt, which caused a series of panic attacks.
    And little wonder, because she knew her entire US career rested on her Chicago performance, having been warned her displays until then were not up to scratch.
    The knives were sharpened, particularly by Fox Entertainment President Mike *Darnell, who had given her the job against his famously acute judgement. And it seemed that Simon, always her biggest fan, had started to lose faith. A source close to the tycoon said: “It’s simple. She was not the Cheryl they first met. She did not give them what they needed. Simon did all he could. It’s not his fault – she just did not deliver.”
    But, although the Cowell camp has spent the last few days trying to shift the blame towards Cheryl’s “lacklustre” performances, the truth could not be more different.
    In reality the blame rests squarely at the door of the previously peerless Cowell. In pushing Cheryl he made the worst decision of his life. The man renowned as the best judge of talent in the business had made a monumental blunder – there was no way both Paula and Cheryl could be on the same panel, both vying for Simon’s affections.
    An industry source said: “If you analyse Simon’s decision it was disastrous. Fox wanted to recreate the Simon-Paula *chemistry that had made American Idol such a huge success – the exact same *chemistry he has with Cheryl.
    “He never thought through how Cheryl and Paula could work together when their whole performance is based on a *giggly playful relationship with him. Only one can sit next to him and do that.
    “Having the two of them was never going to work and the fact Simon even entertained the idea shows a lack of judgment that has been noted by everyone in the industry.”
    Someone close to Cheryl said Paula and show host Nicole Scherzinger – who now has her judging job – had quickly bonded. “They were very close, fawning over each other, admiring each other’s nails, clothes, hair – it was like a love fest. They wouldn’t mention Cheryl or include her in the conversations. She started feeling an outsider.
    “They would say, ‘Love your nails, where did you get them done?’, or ‘Who did your hair? – it’s amazing.’ But they didn’t mention hers and she found it all very false, almost like they were deliberately trying to ignore her to show what good friends they were. They would turn their backs on her when talking to make things worse.
    “They spent a lot of time in each other’s dressing rooms. Simon was in his private room, which meant Cheryl sat alone. It started to get to her”
    The source added: “When it came to* *actually judging, Cheryl felt Simon has been speaking over her lots and interrupting her, when he hadn’t with the others. She never got the chance to show who she *really was. She felt that they didn’t ‘get’ her sense of humour.
    “The production team asked the judges for their predictions, which Cheryl thought was *ridiculous because it was far too early to make predictions. She snapped: ‘We’re judges – there’s no Mystic Meg on the panel.’ That did not go down too well. Then she was asked what her motivation was for the day, and she grumbled ‘to be in the pub for 7pm’. It was a joke but the room went silent.
    “Then one of Paula’s glamorous aides swanned up and said, ‘Hey Paula says you should try crystal healing to get rid of your negative energy’.” *Another source who worked on set added: “The moment Paula arrived she was in her element. She knew everyone and felt at ease. She’s buddies with Fox boss Mike Darnell. That it made it even easier for her to stamp her *authority on the show.”
    That was what Cheryl was up against. A relative novice versus an *established US favourite, who had taken a dislike to her. But insiders say the problem goes back to Simon’s lack of judgment. “He is getting a reputation as a ditherer,” our source said. “Before *deciding on the panel he met some of the biggest names to get them on board: Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, *Jessica Simpson.”
    He failed to sign any of them, partly because he was not persuasive enough and partly because he couldn’t make up his mind. And Nicole’s former manager Jeff Haddad said: “I was *involved in months of *conversation about her being a judge. Being host didn’t come up all.
    “Then just before Nicole signed her deal after my months of hard work to secure the right fee, she dropped me. I don’t know what happened but I do know it’s something fishy. They never intended her to be host in the first place.
    “I think that perhaps this has all been done to create hype for the show...”
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    Cheryl Cole's £1.2million 'gagging deal' over X Factor

    by Mark Jefferies and Tom Bryant, Daily Mirror 4/06/2011
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    [​IMG] Cheryl Cole could still earn her £1.2million deal

    Cheryl Cole could pocket £1.2million for four days' workd - if she keeps silent over her X Factor exit.
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    Insiders say she may be paid her full contract for the US version despite being cruelly axed in the first week.
    But in return she must agreen not to bad-mouth the show or Simon Cowell in public. The deal would mean the Geordie Girls Aloud star could collect a golden goodbye worth £25,000 an hour.
    One insider said: "Cheryl is going to be paid off if things go to plan.
    "The last thing we need is someone with an axe to grind saying bad things about the show before it even starts.
    "We hope a simple statement can be released next week and that will be the end of it. It's is an incredible amount of money for four days' work, but this is a multi-million dollar show with so much invested, it will be worth it. If she takes the money she is effectively agreeing to a gag."
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    Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell will be X Factor judges - while Cheryl has been replaced by Nicole Scherzinger
    But other US sources insist the deal is far from being rubber-stamped, and could drag on for some time.
    Last night Cheryl and showmakers Fremantle declined to comment on the contract negotiations.
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    consolation prize not bad at all...........................
     
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