...By Solomon Thomas for TDPel Media.
Simon Cowell’s appearance was the subject of discussion after his interview on ITV’s Lorraine on April 13.
Cowell appeared on the show with the rest of the Britain’s Got Talent judging panel, but viewers became sidetracked by his changing appearance.
The music mogul, who has recently undergone a significant weight loss transformation, sported his signature look as he wore a black sweater and dark jeans.
However, viewers took to social media to share their thoughts on his appearance, with many claiming that Cowell seemed to have changed his face, leaving him looking strange and unrecognisable.
Concerns about Simon’s appearance were previously sparked when he looked “totally” different during the promotion for the new series of Britain’s Got Talent, and when he made an appearance on the Royal Variety Performance in December 2021.
At that time, Cowell introduced BGT winner Axel Blake, but his changing look left viewers distracted, and many were wondering what he had done to himself.
The TV judge also confessed to taking Botox “too far,” which left him looking like “something out of a horror show.”
According to The Sun, Simon has vowed to stop any further procedures after his young son Eric, eight, was left in hysterics.
The X Factor boss shares his only son with his partner, Lauren Silverman. Simon appeared to have changed his appearance significantly after he was almost left paralysed in a bike accident in 2020, which caused him to suffer a broken back.
However, the TV judge then suffered another setback after falling from his bike for a second time later that year.
Simon Cowell has been a household name in the entertainment industry for several years, and his changing appearance has not gone unnoticed.
While some fans have expressed their concerns, others are supportive and impressed by his weight loss transformation.
Regardless of his appearance, Cowell’s presence on Britain’s Got Talent has remained a constant, and he continues to be a highly influential figure in the music industry.