SIMON Cowell is said to be “fired up” as she plans a big comeback by forming a new band.
The 63-year-old music mogul and TV judge has founded some of the biggest bands in the world.
He is responsible for singing sensations such as One Direction, Little Mix, Westlife and Fifth Harmony.
And now Simon is on the hunt for what will hopefully be the next big band to rock the charts.
A source told MailOnline: “There is something in the works that is imminent and very different from what has been seen so far and yes it will likely require a new group to be put together.”
The insider added to the publication that Cowell is “thrilled by the challenge.”
Simon confirmed the news himself to the Mail, explaining, “There’s nothing more important than a great song.”
He is signed to Universal Music Publishing Group, which will find and nurture songwriters.
Although Simon completely severed ties with his music label Syco, which later closed, he still appears to be focused on the music industry.
A large number of the bands under his wing were formed and developed through the now-defunct X Factor.
The Sun has reached out to Simon’s agent for comment.
Simon plunges into work after selling his west London mansion over security concerns.
A string of burglaries follows at the luxurious home where he lived with his partner Lauren Silverman and their eight-year-old son Eric.
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