17 January 2013 12:41 PM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

The man behind the music, madness and mayhem, Mr Simon Cowell. He’s worth £225 million and has now taken the throne of the USA rendition of talent scouting contest, the X Factor, but has Mr Cowell forgotten about the UK’s audience? Has he been socked up by the glamour of the state side version that he’s let the UK version slip?

We take a look at the five things he’s got to improve to the show.


1. Allow Diversity In The Auditions

No, not the dance group, there’s enough of them on TV. Is it time to allow visually impaired enter the contest? Surly if they have an element of talent in them, perhaps we’ll be seeing the first wheelchair bound winner of the X Factor in the near future. I could go on about mental health contestants but the show’s already had its fair share… »

- Adam Smith

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