Simon Cowell: this decision of the judge of Britain’s Got Talent that could end his friendship with Prince Harry

Will Piers Morgan be back on Britain’s Got Talent? The 55-year-old British journalist is expected to return to his jury chair, which he held from 2007 to 2010. According to Entertainment Daily information, Simon Cowell could bring him back on the show. His friend Sinitta returned to the discussion between the two Britons. “I saw the pictures of him walking with Piers and I spoke to him just before he returned to America,” said the British singer. “I said, ‘Oh, you convinced Piers Morgan to do Britain Got Talent. And he said,’ You’ll see honey, we’ll talk about it. ‘ He was pretty mysterious. “

A return to the small screen that could annoy his friend Prince Harry. Indeed, Piers Morgan, who does not hide the very bad image he has of Prince Harry and especially of Meghan Markle, had notably tweeted on March 8: “Harry wants the United States and the rest of the world to hate his own family, monarchy and country. I suggest everyone wait until the victims of his wife’s rampage can say what they have to say about her claims before speaking out. ” Live on Good Morning Britain, Piers Morgan had left the set during a tense exchange with the chroniclers. He later left his post in the storm.

A delicate situation”

Did the news impact the Duke of Sussex? “The thing is, Simon is also friends with Prince Harry, so I really don’t know. I imagine it would be hard to be friends with both of them at the same time,” Sinitta raised. A situation which leaves Simon Cowell in a “delicate situation”. Will the case cancel the negotiation?

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