Suppose singer Gary Barlow could return, replacing Simon Cowell as a judge for ITV’s upcoming talent show, Walk The Line.
Cowell said he wanted to “focus on his work as a creator and producer” for the first phase of the music program.
He said he was delighted that Barlow would ‘take the baton’ to be his successor after 20 years as an on-screen judge.
The singer said he hopes to “discover new skills” in the project.
The show will allow different types of music to win cash prizes, but they will have to decide whether they want to make money or bet to stay in the competition.
Barlow’s selection is based on his previous television experience working with Cowell and The X Factor and features the talent show Let It Shine, which is based on the song Take That.
He made a name for himself as a singer and songwriter for the pop group, one of Britain’s biggest boy bands in the 1990s. The group was reorganized and had equal status in 2000, giving the same status to many unmarried people.
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Cowell appeared on Walk The Line to return to British television after breaking his back when he was electrocuted at his home in Malibu last year.
He is seen as a musician’s attempt to revive his TV talent shows – including The X Factor and Got Talent – launched by One Direction, Little Mix and Susan Boyle.
Cowell became a household name in the UK and the US, as he became known for his zero-sum response following his first stint as a Pop Idol judge in the early 2000s.
However, ITV confirmed this summer that they have no “plans” for the next X Factor series, despite falling for the popular show from 2004 to 2018.
In 2019, ITV signed a contract with Cowell to broadcast Britain’s Got Talent for at least 2024.
Continue as a judge on America’s Got Talent. The US version of The X Factor was scrapped in 2014.
In a statement, ITV said it “understands and supports” Cowell’s decision to return as a member of the panel.
The other judge has not been named.
It was announced in September that the people of Maya Jama would welcome Walk The Line.
Her television accolades include the release of the third season of Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star and she joined Celebrity Juice as a full speaker earlier this year.