It should come at no surprise that The X Factor executive producer Simon Cowell is already discussing changes for next season’s show.
Fans did not respond well to a lot about the first season of the singing competition. Judge Nicole Scherzinger was booed by audiences for making unpopular decisions and host Steve Jones was attacked time and time again in blogs for his robotic and wooden performance.
So when Cowell uses the word bloodbath you can only imagine who the first two victims will be.
“Next year will be a bloodbath,” Cowell told People Magazine. “We have to come out with something better than the rest, and that’s what we aim to do. Can we make the show better? Yes.”
Aside from adjusting the judging panel and host, the show could also stand to drop its mentoring bit. Each judge being in charge of a group of contestants lead to a lot of awkward moments and uncomfortable bickering (and not the kind we all love to see).
The X Factor’s first season ended last Thursday when America chose Melanie Amaro as the winner.