Simon Cowell Ditches Sinitta on 'X Factor'? Singer Feels Like a 'Scorned Woman'


Simon Cowell left out Sinitta from the next season of X Factor. It is rumored that the X Factor judge already chose another celebrity to replace the singer as a mentor.

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Every year, Sinitta usually accompanies Simon Cowell to decide whose act it is to be showcased on stage during the live show. However, she might not be Simon’s best choice for this year.


According to, the X Factor judge invited Mel B over to his pad in L.A. Cowell requested the Spice Girls member, who also became a judge on the show, to assist him on his category. It has also been stated that this action was caused by the latest fuss on the show.

Sinitta was secretly managing The Brooks, and her close ties to the show are what secured the double act a place at Boot Camp. However, she tipped-off that Simon Cowell did not like the “negative publicity” even if she said yes to the idea of not working with the twins. And as a result, she was cut from the show, using her as a “scapegoat.”

Furthermore, according to OK! Magazine, Sinatti expressed how she felt when Cowell left her out last year. She’d been dropped for One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, making her feel as if a “woman scorned.”

Meanwhile, other judges have their own helpers too. Osbourne invited Robbie Williams over to Beverly Hills where her mansion is. Nicole and Louis Walsh have chosen Calvin Harris and Alesha Dixon. Mel B, on the other hand, was reported to be Cowell’s helper at Judges’ Houses, covering Nicole Scherzinger’s post at the weekend as a guest judge.

However, when X Factor was asked for any reaction about the matter, they were quick to rebuff the statement. They said that Mel B has not confirmed yet to take the post although she would “make a perfect choice” to be in the Judges’ House this season.

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