Perhaps, Simon Cowell may be having second thoughts about welcoming journalist Tom Bower into his world, who has written the biography on the mogul’s life, titled The Intimate Life Of Simon Cowell.
The tome has released a media firestorm, as more and more details of his tangled love life emerge.
First it was revealed that he had a fling with Dannii Minogue, which Sharon Osbourne, a former judge on the show on the British version of “X Factor”, which the trio all worked on, today confirmed.
Sharon says the affair “wasn’t a secret”, adding: “All Dannii wanted to do was f*** Simon Cowell. That’s why she was on the show.
“Dannii wanted to be the mistress of Simon – and the mistress of X Factor”
She added that it wasn’t the affair that led her to leave the hit show.
“But I didn’t leave the show because Simon and Dannii were f******, I left because she became unbearable. She started bossing everyone around, even the producers,” she said.
She went on to also reveal that Simon was seeing an additional two girls during his romance with fiancée Mezhgan Hussainy.
The other ladies of his affections were glamour model Jasmine Lennard and make-up artist Julia Carta.
Sharon, 59, said she is upset about being “dragged into his little world of debauchery” years after leaving X Factor.
It seems, against all advice, Simon did help collaborate on the book. Even though it is said to be unauthorised, Simon invited the journalist aboard his private yacht and providing an access-all-areas pass on his debut season of X Factor USA.
And, now with his personal life garnering column inches around the world, Simon is beginning to grasp the extent of what it entails to air ones dirty laundry.
Over the weekend, he took to Twitter, writing: ”Just seen the TV ad for the unauthorised book on me. Yikes!”