X-Factor's Simon Cowell Has Fallen In Love With Paulina Rubio's Accent

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

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Simon said that he had to fire Britney when she turned into a 'Space Cadet.' (Photo by Rico Chorizo).

LOS ANGELES - This year's edition of X-Factor has kicked off with a bang and Simon "The Sultan of Sarcasm" Cowell could not be happier.

He and last year's judge Demi Lovato have been joined by two brand new judges, Kelly Rowland of Destiny's Child and Paulina Rubio of Spanish music fame.

Cowell says that he certainly feels like the rooster in the hen house and he remarked that he would not have it any other way.

He said that firing last year's judges L.A. Reid and Britney Spears has turned out to be a fantastic move.

The Englishman said that he fired Reid because he started turning into the male version of Ann Coulter except not as tall, as skinny, or as white.

He then added that he had to let Britney go simply because she turned into a space cadet much like Paris "I'm Hot" Hilton.

Simple Simon as Demi calls him also noted that getting rid of Khloe Kardashian as one of the co-hosts has given the show a whole lot more sophistication.

Cowell recently revealed in an interview with Pico de Gallo of Tittle Tattle Tonight that he got tired of having to reserve a whole row of seats for the Kardashian Klan.

Simon confessed that he has fallen in love with Paulina Rubio's Spanish accent and he calls her the female version of Ricky Ricardo.

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