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Fans Are Now Deeply Concerned As Simon Cowell’s Face Seemingly Continues to Melt

Sofia Vergara and Simon Cowell on 'America's Got Talent'Casey Durkin/NBC

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The renowned music executive and America’s Got Talent judge, Simon Cowell, is once again stirring concern among fans due to his appearance in a recent photo with co-star Sofia Vergara. The selfie, shared by Vergara on Instagram, has sparked a heated debate about Cowell’s evolving facial features.

Simon Cowell Sparks Concern Over His Melting Face

In the photo, both judges can be seen smiling at the camera while seated at their judging desk. Vergara is radiating elegance in a vibrant red gown and a dazzling diamond choker, sat poised in front of her notes. Cowell, on the other hand, opted for a more casual look, sporting a black long-sleeved tee as he leaned in happily for the snapshot.

While the intention of the photo was undoubtedly to capture a candid moment between colleagues, many fans couldn’t help but fixate on Cowell’s dramatically altered face. Social media quickly became inundated with comments, with one bewildered user exclaiming, “Why is he melting?”

Cowell’s transformation has been a topic of discussion in recent years, as he embarked on a health and fitness journey that resulted in significant weight loss. The reality TV judge openly admitted to past indulgences in unhealthy food, but after a fall at his London home in 2017, he committed to a lifestyle change and shed four waist sizes.

Additionally, he previously acknowledged the use of Botox and fillers in his appearance. However, in April of last year, he declared that he had completely stopped using injectables after his young son Eric found his appearance comical. Cowell affirmed, “Enough was enough. There is no filler in my face at all now. Zero.”

It Has Been a Dramatic Season For Cowell on AGT So Far

Emotions have run high for Cowell this season on AGT, as he has been moved to tears on multiple occasions. The Mzansi Youth Choir from South Africa delivered a powerful performance of Nightbirde’s “It’s Okay” during the Season 18 premiere, leaving Cowell visibly touched.

“I know how much this would have…would have meant to her,” Cowell said.

More recently, a blind Indonesian teenager’s heartfelt performance prompted Cowell to rush to the stage, breaking down in tears. After delivering a mesmerizing performance of an unnamed original song, Ariana Nisma Putri impressed the judges even further with her rendition of Elton John’s “Sorry Seems to Be The Hardest Word.” Cowell, captivated by her talent, hit the coveted Golden Buzzer, recognizing Putri’s exceptional abilities.

As fans continue to closely observe Cowell’s evolving appearance, speculation and concern surrounding his facial changes persist. While some remain critical of his transformation, others appreciate his emotional vulnerability on the show.

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Forgotten Soul
Forgotten Soul
11 months ago

We all know Cowell is know to be heart of coal kinda sonically unemotional and now people are making fun of him cause he is emotional and looks like his face is melting? Did anyone stopp to think that perhaps he has a medical reason for this? Like perhaps he suffered a stroke but no one wants to say anything about that cause it’s not “news worthy” … or he just is trying to be more happy cause of a depression or stress related problem? No – no one thinks of that. It’s all speculation of drama BS… shame on… Read more »

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