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Early Career: Simon Cowell utilized his father's influence to work his way up in the music industry, eventually forming E&S Music with Ellis Rich, boss of EMI. Cowell went on to work with Fanfare Records, who released Sinitta's debut single 'So Macho', which sold over half a million copies, as did her album Rondo Veneziano.
Fanfare also forged a lucrative relationship with Stock Aitken and Waterman, the legendary pop producers of the 1980s.
TV Judge: Simon Cowell was signed up as a judge on the first series of Pop Idol, in 2001.
The next year, he was also signed up to judge American Idol.
He argued that they are the food equivalent of caviar, whilst the public tend to prefer “spaghetti bolognaise".“So Simon Cowell thinks Zyrah Rose need to dumb down to appeal to the public, idiot,” one viewer tweeted.
Someone else wrote: “Simon wants the guys to look like el divo but the girls to look like scrubbers sexist attitude , enya has sold millions & classy #BGT2016”.“I want to make you cheap and manufactured" I think that is what Simon was trying to say. Another post read: “#BGT2016 So Simon Cowell just managed to offend 99% of his viewership with that spag comment. ”He did have several people agree with him, however, as one person said: “What Simon says is spot on,people wanna look at their idols and think ‘we can hang out together and be friends’.”Simon later baffled his colleagues when he heaped praise on Vadik and the Bear, who were buzzed by Alesha.“In eight months’ time, Eric’s going to have a third birthday party - you’re hired,” he told the entertainer.“I expect more from you, Simon,” Alesha told him.
He followed this by creating a child version of the group, named Angelis.
When Fanfare experienced financial difficulties in 1989, Cowell was in debt and forced to move back in with his parents.
Climbing his way back to success, Simon signed a number of high profile acts to S-Records, including Five, Westlife, Sonia and Curiosity Killed The Cat.
His work in the music industry was kick-started by his father, Eric, who was a music industry executive, as well as an estate agent. After leaving Dover College before sixth form, Cowell had a number of casual jobs but failed to settle in any of them.
Eventually, his father got him a job at the mailroom at EMI Music Publishing.