Simon Cowell has seen success with both America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent, with both series getting a ‘champions’ spin-off. Now, he wants to add another show to that franchise.
Following the success of America’s Got Talent: The Champions, Cowell brought the show over to the UK and now is planning a Olympics style show that many are comparing to Eurovision. Speaking to The Sun, he said he wants to make it every four years.
“I started thinking about maybe making it like the Olympics of Got Talent, but that would only be every four years,” he said.
“So now I am thinking we could do a Got Talent Champions League. So all the Got Talent shows from around the world send that year’s winner to compete against all the other winners. I think it would be brilliant because you’d be rooting for your country.”
The news comes after it was revealed the music mogul will have two versions of The X Factor back to back with a celebrity and all-star version.
“That is way more interesting than just carrying on doing the same thing we do every year, because there’s got to be a progression,” Simon said. “I think it would be amazing!”
Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions launches August 31 on ITV.