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Cheryl Cole Fired From US X Factor – WHY?



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Cheryl Cole has the “ex” factor now, apparently. Not the “X Factor.” The English pop star and judge of the UK version of the show has allegedly been fired because of her accent.

Cheryl Cole’s big American adventure appears to have only lasted a few weeks. The  singer has already been dropped from the “ The X Factor USA” amid claims she didn’t get on with Paula Abdul (politely put as “a lack of chemistry”) and that the American pubic found it difficult to understand Cole’s Geordie accent.

Cole’s place on the judging panel is likely to be taken by ex-Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, according to reports. However, she was previously named as co-host on the show, along with Welshman, Steve Jones.

So, having only had her place on the judging panel confirmed on May 5, Cheryl Cole is out of the “The X Factor USA.” Simon Cowell is sure to be disappointed. He  lobbied US television executives to take on Cole.

It is now open to speculation whether Cheryl Cole will be welcome back on the UK version of “The X Factor.” She quit the show in order to concentrate on her US career.

Now, producers now face the difficult task of working out what to do with the footage of auditions with Cole on the judging panel. She had been judging for a few weeks but she had not had a chance to display her warm, caring and down-to-earth mentoring skills which make her so popular in the UK.

“Do they show that material or do they have to cleverly edit around it?”

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