‘In my opinion, Simon always wanted Nicole as a judge.There was never a question that she wouldn’t get it’, Jeff told Heat Magazine.Nicole was always going to be on that judging panel and Cheryl was just being used as a cog in the wheel to cause hype and publicise the show.’ The magazine reported that Mr Haddad doesn’t recall Cheryl’s name being mentioned during talks about the role.
But in his opinion he said that Cheryl’s accent wouldn’t have been the issue and was rather an excuse for publicity. They’ve got no interest in us bickering.’ [From The Mail] This is all so rude, and all it does is underline the fact that Nicole is simply a bland non-entity in the industry.
Regarding being allegedly fired by Nicole, he said: ‘If you serve as someone’s manager and develop their career for over a decade and that person didn’t pay you after landing the biggest TV show of their career, what does that tell you? It wasn’t really such a big deal as everybody thought. Something happened so we said, ‘Do you want to return to the UK show? The we offered her the show back and I don’t think she wanted to come back… The only way she makes news is when she’s copying Cheryl Cole or someone close to her is “telling all” – about Cheryl.
’ An X Factor spokesperson dismissed the ex-managers claims of a publicity stunt as ‘complete and utter rubbish’. Say what you will about Cheryl being cheesy or untalented or even disastrous, but Cheryl was watchable.
THE DIRTY ARMY: Trout with alot of power JIMMY IOVINE head of interscope records this guy all he has to do is give a hot chick a meeting and he can have her for the night, must be nice.
This girl he is with is a up an coming Hawaiian girl.
The first time I saw this hideous orange-purple trend on a real person at a real event was when Cheryl Cole made one of her first appearances in America, as one of the judges for Simon Cowell’s .
Cheryl was widely mocked for her Diane Von Furstenberg ensemble (below), but Cheryl might have gotten the last laugh as it seems everyone is jumping on the purple-orange bandwagon, from Jessica Alba, to Kim Kardashian, and now Cheryl’s replacement, Nicole Scherzinger.
So, Nicole decided to “copy” Cheryl’s orange-purple (with a twist) now that she (Nicole) has been named the replacement judge.
Something about this style choice and the fact that Nicole looks increasingly like a Kardashian… In addition to Nicole’s inability to find a different trend, Nicole’s former manager has also been sticking the knife into Cheryl Cole’s back in some new interviews: Cheryl Cole may be alarmed by reports today, from Scherzinger’s former manager, claiming that Cheryl was only ever used as hype.
Jeff Haddad, who managed the former Pussycat Doll for 13 years, has alleged that Nicole was always going to be on the panel.
He claims that he had long discussions with Simon Cowell and Scherzinger was always a frontrunner for the judging panel job.