Simon, 58, has always been at the forefront of the reality TV music competition genre since it’s conception with Pop Idol.
The judge and music producer has gone on to create The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent and their multiple spin-offs in countries around the globe.
Simon has been an enormous success and has been responsible for spotting some of the music industry’s biggest names in recent memory.
However, all good things must come to an end, and it could have been looking that way for The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent with their contracts at ITV set to expire in 2019.
That said, Simon doesn’t seem worried about this and has admitted that he’s already had multiple offers from other broadcasters.
“Well to be honest with you it’s really difficult. I’ve got three offers on the table this month from broadcasters who want to do a deal on this show and on Britain’s Got Talent,” he told The Sun ahead of the launch of the new look of The X Factor which is set to start this evening on ITV.
“I mean they are proven brands, and they bring in the right audience, so that has never been an issue.
“We’ve turned down bigger deals in the past but all I’m saying is we know the audience it brings in and what it looks like in advertising.
“But funnily enough, I have never been concerned about not getting a new deal. My concern is more of a personal thing to make sure the audience don’t get bored with it.
“Luckily the public still like these shows, and they’ve liked them for longer