Simon Cowell Speaks Inspiring New AGT Contestant

Lawrence Kim
May 25, 2020

"I started this diet a year ago and I've lost 60 pounds".

The 46-year-old has revealed that he is now working on a number of television projects and he wants to follow in Simon Cowell's footsteps by creating a telly empire.

"Lauren, the first time, at 11 o'clock said, "I can't deal with this".and I said "No, we're staying outside". "If it's boring you won't stick to it". "Amusing enough, more during this time as well, sticking to the diet", he said, noting he can keep better track of his diet at home.

"The only hard thing is when Eric orders a pizza. that's the number one thing I miss", he said.

"He was released last November", Simon shared.

"I miss having the option to do something and feeling that I can not do that is restrictive", he said.

Simon is feeling great on this series of Britain's Got Talent
Simon is feeling great on this series of Britain's Got Talent

Simon Cowell, one of Hollywood's busiest, is trying to keep himself occupied during the coronavirus quarantine. He added: "I was concerned how [Eric] was going to cope with all of this. He has been absolutely incredible", gushed Cowell. "He is still able to do schoolwork, and now we are camping on the weekends in the garden".

"It wasn't the end of the world - but a bit embarrassing", Simon said at the time, in an interview with The Sun.

Cowell previously told the show he was watching his weight by cutting down on alcohol and removing bread, sugar and red meat from his diet. "I am very, very excited about it".

"If I'm honest with you, I was probably over-tired". The incident saw him hospitalised, and he later spoke about how the accident had been a wakeup call.

"I am looking forward to when we can just have free movement and get back to normal". They think I fainted because I had low blood pressure and so I have got to take good care of myself to sort that out.

While the Feel hitmaker teased he has "literally so many" ideas for future projects, he was reluctant to share too much information about the new concepts.

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