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You can't say Fox didn't give X Factor a chance because they did. The biggest thing on television in the UK was supposed to be huge for Fox and give them something for the part of the year that American Idol was off the air. Simon Cowell kept bragging about how great the show and format was and that they would get Super Bowl type numbers. The show never matched the hype or the amount of money spent on Simon and the judges and Fox canceled it after three seasons. This now leaves Simon free to go back to Idol or move to new York and spend most of his days and nights with his new baby. Yeah, I don't think Simon is looking forward to that at all. I think Simon might give the whole staying at home thing a week or two at most before he will want to start traveling the world again and hook back up with his harem and party with all of his rich friends. That is tough to do if you are copped up inside a NYC apartment changing diapers and waiting for the kid to respond to a Dora episode so you can leave them parked in front of the television for hours.
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