Now the tables have turned and Cowell, who has remained close to 48-year-old Sinitta (he's the godfather to her two children), has hired her to be a mentor on his show "The X Factor." Asked why he never married, Sinitta told the U.K.'s Daily Mail in 2008, "'If Simon were to marry, he couldn't be the kid."Cowell got a little closer to marriage with English TV host Terri Seymour, whom he lived with from 2002 to 2008.
His debut children’s book, he revealed, will “be about animals”, and feature a character based on himself – “obviously a sort of hero figure”. I was the first guy he showed it to, and he really did look terrific. Ordinary, decent, hard-working ducks want their ducklings to be little and fluffy and cute, and that’s the way of the world, so suck it up. Once upon a time there was a little chick called Chicken Licken who lived on a farm. “Little pig, little pig, let me come in.” Pig say no, not come in.
When his story appears in print, Cowell will join an illustrious list of celebrity children’s authors. I spoke to the weavers and told them to make me a suit from the same material. I hear some dumb kid shouted a load of BS about how the emperor was wearing nothing at all. Kid’s just jealous because he can’t afford to wear classy clothes like ours! Unlike the other ducklings, who were all little and fluffy and cute, the ugly duckling was big and clumsy, with feathers that were stubby and brown. Can any self-respecting mother duck honestly say she wants a duckling that’s ugly? Quite frankly, the ugly duckling should have been grateful that any of the normal ducklings talked to it at all. One day, Chicken Licken heard that there was a risk the United Kingdom might vote to leave the European Union. ” cried Chicken Licken, and launched a three-month campaign tour of the farm, giving speeches in every barn, sty and coop about how leaving the EU would mean the farm would be closed down because it would get no more funding from Brussels. Wolf say, “I huff, I puff, I blow down house.” But not work, because house very strong.
Suddenly, however, her fairy godmother appeared, waved her magic wand, and created a pumpkin carriage to take Cinderella to the ball. “That royal ball is an appalling symbol of the inequality and social injustice that exists in this fairy tale kingdom.
I want no part in it, and I shall most certainly reject any offers of marriage from the prince, a man who lives a life of obscene luxury while many ordinary fairy tale characters struggle to get by.
This year's unauthorized biography, "Sweet Revenge: The Intimate Life of Simon Cowell" by writer Tom Bowers, lifted the covers on his romantic life.
Cowell, who spoke to Bowers during the writing of the book, gave his tacit approval by showing up at the book launch party in April."I said to Tom right from the beginning, 'I'm not going to lie to you,' and that was the deal.But the famous bachelor insists she isn't his girlfriend -- at least not yet.The "X Factor" mogul called in to Ryan Seacrest's radio show Wednesday and seemed to confirm that he and Electra, a former Playboy model, are seeing each other."Girlfriend? "The pair were first photographed in September following a dinner at Cecconi's restaurant in West Hollywood. While Carmen, 40, a former member of the Pussycat Dolls, smiled for the cameras, Cowell, 53, kept his eyes -- and one protective hand -- on Carmen.British singer Sinitta Renet Malone, who goes only by the name Sinitta, had a 20-year, on-off relationship with Cowell, beginning in the early '80s, when he helped make her a pop star, signing her as the first act to his nascent label.Back then she was the big star, and photographers would ask him to get out of the way.This evening I shall be joining a protest outside the royal ball in solidarity with Fictional Characters Against Make-Believe Discrimination, where we shall be demanding glass slippers for all servants, not just the few – as well as improved pay and conditions for dwarf mine-workers, and Government action to eradicate the kind of poverty that drives young men to sell the family cow for a handful of worthless magic beans.” Once upon time, three little pigs.