Cheryl Cole, the British pop singer who was allegedly sacked from the Us X Factor, will never forgive the show's creator Simon Cowell, according to UK judge Louis Walsh. Cheryl Cole lasted only a few days on the American show before being replaced by 'Pussycat Dolls' star Nicole Scherzinger, reports the Daily Mirror's 3am.
Walsh, who will reprise his role as a judge on the Uk X Factor, says Cole and Cowell will never work things out, saying, "Cheryl and Simon will never patch things up. Absolutely not. No, no, no, no and no. I've been speaking to Cheryl all day and there is no way I can sort those two out", adding, "Cheryl is keeping herself to herself and is being really strong. She's moved on and will come back even more fantastic than before". Despite her U.S exit, the Girls Aloud star will not be returning to the UK singing competition, with Gary Barlow, Tulisa Contostavlos and Kelly Rowland already confirmed as judges. Speaking at the launch of his new band Wonderland, Walsh noted, "X Factor won't be the same without her and it's such a shame the way things ended. I'm really going to miss her".
Walsh also confirmed that Cheryl Cole is planning to reunite with the members of Girls Aloud for shows next year, saying, "I've been on the phone to Cheryl all day. Honestly, I can show you texts, she's back with Girls Aloud in 2012 and they're going to tour".