Simon Cowell Was Once Offered His Own Talk Show — But He Backed Out: ‘Literally Couldn’t Do’ It

Simon Cowell doesn’t completely accept that he’s anchor person material. In a new meeting with E! News, the America Has Ability judge uncovered that he has no designs to have his own daytime television show — and, surprisingly, retreated from a past proposal to do as such.

“I reached the place where they fabricated the set and I began to get restless and afterward genuinely worried, and I just left the gathering,” Cowell, 63, told the power source in the wake of being inquired as to whether he would consider facilitating a daytime syndicated program like his American Symbol revelations Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson.

He proceeded, “I just said I in a real sense couldn’t do this. I just couldn’t converse with individuals the entire day. I’m not truly adept at talking.”

While he may not be the perfect individual for the gig, Cowell keeps on being perfect at distinguishing gifts and is continuing his job deciding close by Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum on AGT: All-Stars, another expansion of the darling series on NBC, which debuted on Monday. Talking already to Individuals of the show, Cowell said, “It was astounding and it was truly captivating to see individuals who’ve contended on the American show and done all around well, rivaling individuals who won the show in different nations.”

“The dynamic was interesting … also, what truly was perfect and cool about the show was that such countless individuals chose to return and contend,” he added.

Similar as the first series, AGT: All-Stars — which is facilitated by AGT emcee Terry Groups — sees many assortment acts go after the triumphant title. In any case, this show is different in that it highlights 60 of Got Ability establishment’s previous champs, finalists, fan-most loved acts and viral sensations as they contend to be awesome of the All-Stars.

“We were brought together with such countless extraordinary individuals, and afterward met such countless extraordinary individuals, and there were a great deal of shocks on the show too,” Cowell told Individuals in November. “I extremely appreciated it.” Notwithstanding AGT, Cowell filled in as an adjudicator on American Icon from 2002 until 2010.

During his experience on the singing contest series, he helped send off Clarkson, 40, and Hudson, 41, among other striking names, into fame.

In September 2019, Cowell visited The Kelly Clarkson Show adjacent to his kindred unique Icon passes judgment on Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson and thought back about their experience on the opposition show, as well as though they’d at any point sit together on the adjudicator’s board once more.

“It makes me think,” Cowell said. “Assuming I had one wish it’d be to make one more show with us once more. That would be my main wish.” Cowell additionally came by Hudson’s self-named television show in September to discuss her experience on Icon, which amazingly finished right on time after her presentation of Barry Manilow’s 1976 single “End of the week in New Britain.”

Cowell accepted unfortunate melody decision might have prompted Hudson’s end on the show, telling her, “That evening, I will always remember…

I thought, ‘This is definitely not an extraordinary melody.’ Wasn’t your shortcoming. And afterward, obviously, what occurred, occurred.”

Somewhere else in the meeting, Cowell credited Hudson’s character for making Symbol’s initial seasons such a triumph.

“It was the mix of ability, assurance and genuine character, and despite the fact that we had that sort of chat, you and I, it was dependably that … I generally realized how decided you were and you were entertaining and you took it with elegance,” he said. “You sort of got it, I generally believed there’s nothing else to it. It all made sense to you.”