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    X Factor: ITV has no plans for another series of the show

    ITV have confirmed they have เกมสล็อต “no plans” for another series of The X Factor.

    The last full series of Simon Cowell’s pop music TV talent show aired in 2018, although a celebrity edition was broadcast the following year.

    During its peak in the late noughties, the X Factor was one of the most popular TV shows in the UK. However, ratings have fallen in recent years.

    An ITV spokesman told the BBC: “There are no current plans for the next series of The X Factor at this stage.”

    A report in The Sun claimed the show will be rested for at least five years.

    The X Factor first aired in 2004 and judges on the show have included Sharon Osbourne, Louis Walsh, Cheryl, and Nicole Scherzinger. A US version of the show ran for three seasons from 2011-2013.

    In 2019, ITV signed a deal with Cowell to broadcast Britain’s Got Talent until at least 2024, but did not commit to keeping The X Factor past 2020.

    The singing competition regularly attracted an audience of more than 10 million a decade ago, with more than 17 million viewers tuning in to see Matt Cardle crowned the winner of the 2010 series.

    But ratings fell in subsequent years. In 2018, an average of 5.3 million people watched Dalton Harris crowned the winner, when the judges were Louis Tomlinson, Robbie Williams and Ayda Field.

    The show was absent in 2019, with a celebrity edition taking its place and in early 2020 it was revealed that Cowell was to give it another year off.

    Last month, it was revealed the music mogul’s attentions have now turned to leading a fresh panel of judges in an upcoming new ITV musical game show, entitled Walk The Line.

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