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April 25, 2011

Paula Abdul & Cheryl Cole X-Factor Bound

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Paula Abdul and Cheryl Cole are X-Factor bound!

Although they have not signed contracts yet, Simon Cowell has said that he wants Paula Abdul and Cheryl Cole to be judges on the much anticipated U.S. version of the hit U.K. show X-Factor. Cowell told Deadline that, “First of all, it’s like casting a dinner party. You’ve got to have people on the panel you get on well with." He added that Cheryl, "is special. She’s just got a great ability to communicate. She’s a great judge. She’s smart. If people take to her like the British public did, I think she’s going to do really well in America. And Fox was desperate to hire her.”

Are you happy Paula Abdul and Cheryl Cole are X-Factor bound?

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November 15, 2010

Cheryl Cole Farted On X Factor

Cheryl Cole Farted On X Factor

Did Cheryl Cole fart during an X-Factor appearance?

Cheryl is a judge one of the UK's most watched TV programs and is catching some heat for possibly passing some gas during a recent show. The clip below show Cheryl giving a performer some advice when she pauses and a strange sound hits the mics. Some fans are saying that she adjusted her chair and that was the cause of the squeak but its not fully clear if that really happened.

Check out the clip below and judge for yourselves!


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