- Henry (Dixon),1897–1965, U.S. composer.
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To use one of Cowell's favorite digs from throughout the years, they were ghastly.New ‘X Factor’ Judges. Same Horrible, Boring, Ridiculous Reality Show
September 12, 2013
Cowell has had many, despite rumors over the years that he is gay.
Regarding his affair with Minogue, Cowell told a friend, “There were a few bonks and then it petered out while I was in America.”
But Richard Rushfield loves it, and discussed it with Cowell.Why 'X Factor' Trounces 'American Idol'
December 1, 2011
Without Cowell's verdict of God, the episodes have become shapeless.The American Idol Implosion
April 12, 2011
Professor Cowell has kindly filled up the gaps which were left.
I know that Cowell has discovered they are all wrong in their Sanskrit.Letters of Edward FitzGerald in Two Volumes
“Omar breathes a sort of consolation to me,” he wrote to Cowell.The Life of George Borrow
Clement K. Shorter
He intreats that the indulgence prayed for by the learned Cowell may be accorded to his humble efforts.A Love Story
I have begun again to read Calderon with Cowell: the Magico we have just read, a very grand thing.
- Simon . born 1959, British manager of pop groups and TV personality, best known as an outspoken judge on the TV talent contests Pop Idol (2001–04), The X Factor (from 2004), and Britain's Got Talent (from 2007)
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