“We just want to get this part cleared up first." Simon also revealed his scheme to introduce a second annual series of Britain’s Got Talent – following the success of his latest franchise America’s Got Talent: The Champions.
He explained: “So we’ve now got AGT and we’ve got AGT Champions.
That is what I call a risk." Despite his shock announcements, Simon admits he still has many issues to iron out before he is able to finalise the plans — including how to stretch the new formats over every weekend of the second half of this year. No other show can run for months, it’s like putting on a soap opera every year, so that’s what we’ve got to work out, but I’ve got a plan.” “Now we’ve just got to get the dates sorted.” Simon then joked: “But don’t give too much away, I don’t want my competitors to know.” What is clear in his mind is that Robbie Williams is key in his plans for the future as he bids to keep last year’s new-look X Factor judging panel in place for the overhauled shows.
He told me: “I think and hope the panel will be the same.
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