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Posted at 3:38 PM ET, 11/29/2010

Fox issues very first promo for 'The X Factor'. Press swoon.

By Lisa de Moraes


Simon's Back!
Coming to America Fall 2011
"The X Factor"

Fox network screamed in a news release emailed Monday, in type size about twice that it used to announce, just days earlier, that it had moved Simon Cowell's former show "American Idol" to Wednesday and Thursday nights for its next edition.

Besides the screaming headline, Fox sent out The Very First Actual Promo for "The X Factor"! All 10 seconds of it! Boy, are we excited!

By Lisa de Moraes  | November 29, 2010; 3:38 PM ET
Categories:  X Factor  
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Unbelievable that Simon Cowell is considering paying convicted assailant Cheryl Cole (aka CHERYL TWEEDY) to be a judge on the XFactor. Charged with racially-aggravated assault and simple assault, the drunken Cole/Tweedy was convicted on the latter charge for assaulting a bathroom attendant. Who needs this kind of trash in our screens?

Posted by: GirlfriendinaComaUK | December 1, 2010 12:13 PM | Report abuse

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