The X Factor is set to come back to our screens after a five year break, according to reports. The show, which sees hopeful singers take to the stage
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in front of a panel of industry giant, ended in 2018 after 15 series.
It paved the way for some of the UK's biggest names in music including Little Mix, Harry Styles and Alexandra Burke.
A source said Simon Cowell, 62, has decided that 'the time is right' to give the talent show a second lease of life and he is hoping that the show will return to the Saturday night TV schedule next year.
It's reported the music mogul has struck a deal with a production company to bring the much loved singing competition back to the mainstream.
Following the end of X-Factor, Cowell attempted to freshen up the show by creating a celebrity version
but after just one series which saw The Chase's Jenny 'The Vixen' Ryan wow fans with her musky voice, the show came to an end.
Janelle Monae held up her middle finger toward the Supreme Court before she introduced nominees for best female R&B/pop artist.
A source told the Daily Star Sunday newspaper: “It has been decided that the time is right to bring X Factor back.
It’s really exciting. Everyone who will be working on the new series can’t wait to get started.
"Things are in the early stages at the moment. But the wheels are definitely in motion.