let’s not judge how it happened (he knocked up his good friend’s wife). Let’s
just all take a moment to congratulate former American Idol judge Simon Cowell on the upcoming birth of his
self-proclaimed bachelor who wasn’t sure he had time to devote to kids, Cowell
has (supposedly, it’s not like he told me) assured his gal-pal that he’ll,
“Take care of everything.” And since he’s also reportedly told friends he’s not just going
to pay for the child but be highly involved, I’m wondering what kind of dad
Simon Cowell is going to be? Though he is known for a having a TV bark much
worse than his real life bite, Simon Cowell isn’t exactly known for being
nurturing or kind.
if he speaks to his kid the way he speaks to the contestants on X Factor, or his former contestants on American Idol? Here are some things
Simon Cowell has said on TV that he should avoid saying to his kid.
Cowell isn’t all mean. When he wants to give a compliment, he does. And a
compliment from someone who gives them out as rarely as Cowell, means a
lot. When Cowell said to an American Idol contestant, “I like you. I actually, really like
you,” the contestant was moved to tears, and Cowell’s child will be as well. At the same time, I have a
feeling Cowell’s going to find it hard to criticize his latest production.