Check out the top 5 heartfelt performances that made Simon emotional!

One of the most important producers in the history of modern music was born on October 7, 1959. Similar to the late Dick Clark, Simon Cowell has successfully controlled reality TV for many years. Which successful shows created by Simon can you name?

Simon is a successful businessman, record executive, and TV personality from England. However, he is best recognized for developing the franchises “The X Factor” and “Got Talent,” which have international broadcasts.

His first noteworthy TV role was as a judge for “Pop Idol,” the British version of “American Idol.” In addition, he has served as a judge on the American and British editions of “The X Factor UK” and “Britain’s Got Talent.”

He established the British entertainment business “Syco,” which is the driving force behind all of his TV and music ventures. Simon got his start as a record producer and talent scout in the 1980s and 1990s. Simon gained a reputation in 2001 for his brutally honest evaluation of contestants on Britain’s “Pop Idol.”

In 2004 and 2010, Simon was listed among “Time” magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World.” Simon was placed sixth on “The Daily Telegraph’s” list of the “100 Most Powerful People in British Culture” in 2008.

Following his success in Britain, Simon made the transition to American TV in 2002 with his debut appearance as a judge on “American Idol.” Because of his scathing ratings of participants on the show, he was despised by the nation. When assessing the abilities of amateur singers, Simon came out as heartless.

He has softened his approach over time and even shown some emotion, which has won the audience over. He was given a star on the “Hollywood Walk of Fame” in 2018, confirming his influence on American entertainment.

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