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version in a year where the popular show is undergoing a major facelift, with two separate series focused on celebrities and former champions replacing the traditional format of finding new talent.Louis has been a stalwart of the programme since its inception in 2004, last appearing in the judge’s chair for the 14th series in 2017 after a brief hiatus in 2015.However, Louis isn't giving up all TV judging duties as he will continue to be a head judge on Ireland's Got Talent, confirming, "I'm looking forward to another series of Ireland's Got Talent, going back to my day job as a manager, writing my memoirs and seeing the world." Last year was the 17th series of the show and saw four-piece male vocal group Rak-Su crowned as winners.During The X Factor final they performed ' Dimelo' with GRAMMY Award winning rapper Wyclef Jean.During their time on the show The X Factor favourites enjoyed three number 1 singles on i Tunes. She released a single with Diane Warren called We Are All (Looking For Home) in support of a dog charity. Well, she's starring in Cats on Broadway which is kind of the same thing. The star has featured in Horse and Hound in the past, too. Alexandra Burke's winning single was a cover of Leonard Cohen's classic Hallelujah, which broke records on it's way to Number One.This meant they became the first ever X Factor act to get a number 1 in i Tunes whilst on the show, including two original tracks, ' Mona Lisa' and ' I’m Feeling You'. Soulful Scotsman Leon Jackson clinched the Christmas Number One in 2007 but faded fast and was dropped by the label shortly after. Hallelujah feels like a fitting introduction for the singer who's now taken the leading role of Deloris Van Cartier in Craig Revel-Horwood's new production of Sister Act in London's West End.We create monsters and then they bite our heads off!
Elsewhere on the show, Tulisa takes the girls to St Lucia, Nicole Scherzinger takes the boys to Dubai and Gary Barlow treats the over-28s to a bit of Cheryl Cole in the English countryside.
He explained: “I knew they needed stories and I helped them with the stories…
sometimes I made up the stories.” Host Kate Thornton recalled: “I remember getting a phone call from you when I was the editor of Smash Hits and you phoned me up and said ‘is it OK if I tell the Daily Star that you’re going out with Stephen Gately because he’s gay? Walsh said: “That is true, I married Stephen Gately off to so many people, because Stephen didn’t want anyone to know he was gay at the start.” Thornton said that she refused to be part of the story, adding: “The next day I opened the papers and you had him with Mariah Carey – you could have gone with something more plausible!
The former judge announced the news while at Westlife’s tour date in London on Friday.
The music manager is set to line up alongside original judges Simon Cowell and Sharon Osborne, with the final space rumoured to be reserved for Nicole Scherzinger.
When it came out it was the best thing ever, because nobody cared. He was happy.” The music mogul added that they resolved on being honest after The Sun confimed it would be publishing its story.