Simon Cowell Tells Posh To Stop Singing

Victoria Newton of The Sun caught up with ‘American Idol’ judge Simon Cowell at his Los Angeles home, where he revealed he told former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham to give up her pop career to focus on fashion.

“I saw Victoria when she was out here a while ago,” Cowell said. “I told her I thought she should concentrate on what she is good at and quit the pop. I doubt whether her music career will ever get off the ground again, unless she finds an absolutely brilliant song.” Instead, Simon advised Posh that she should “launch her own clothing range.”

David Beckham Blasts Media Treatment

Sky News reports David Beckham halted an interview about soccer to insist he is a good husband and father, in his first public response to allegations he had an affair with his former personal assistant Rebecca Loos.

The husband of former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham stated: ” England captain I know I need to talk to the fans, and I understand the sports side is different to the news side and I think the way the news side have treated me in the last few months has been a disgrace.”

Beckham singled out News of the World and The Mail for their coverage.

Posh To Lead Simon Fuller’s Brit Pop Invasion

The Sun reports former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham will be “relaunched” in America because her manager Simon Fuller believes Brits hate her. “Simon feels it is becoming more and more difficult to make the British music-buying public like Victoria. The reaction here is to hate her and her music,” a source at Fuller’s 19 Management revealed. “But she won’t take that sort of baggage to the US market. Simon is making huge inroads into America with US Idol. He has the Midas touch.”

Fuller also plans on launching ‘Pop Idol’ champ Will Young, former S Club star Rachel Stevens, and Posh’s ex-bandmate Emma Bunton on the American market.

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