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Simon Cowell: War, Vanya Seager and Mezhgan Hussainy’s other man

by | 20th, April 2012

DAY Five of the Sun’s serialisation of the book Sweet Revenge: The Intimate Life of Simon Cowell by Tom Bower. As ever the Sun leads and the Daily Star and Daily Mirror follow with their own front-page mash-ups.

First to the Sun, which say on its front page: “COWELL’S £100M WAR WITH ITV.”

The Sun spots the cut above Cowell’s left eye. You might not. What is more obvious is Cowell’s unshaven face, grey highlights and short stack of chins. The inference is clear: “The unauthorised biography I helped the writer with but in a sense’ never approved is not all true. Look. My hair is un-dyed. My face is not smeared in purified baby panda vomit. The only prick near me is that one that’s caused me a wound to my eye. Yes. I am hurt.”

He’s in control, isn’t he, the leader? He’s omnipotent? Or he might just be a randy middle-aged man with a desk and buzzer?

Right now Cowell is the star of a reality tabloid show. He’s an anti-Dorian Grey, regressing into the real Simon with each sensational revelation. Before long Cowell will be living out of carrier bags and watching telly with a wife while three childen bicker.

Right now we learn that Cowell thinks he is the saviour of ITV (he is) and blames them for hurting his shows Britain’s Got Talent and The X Factor by surrounding them with dross. It’s not

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