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The TV personality already has experience in the field of TV talent shows, having first found fame on ‘Popstars’, with new claims suggesting she’s at the top of ‘X Factor’ producers’ wishlists to become a roving reporter later in the series.
According to The Sun, Myleene will be joining Rylan Clark at Judges’ Houses, which will be broadcast live for the first time this year, while Olly Murs and Caroline Flack will remain in the UK.
An insider tells the newspaper: “Simon has always been a fan of Myleene and has thrown in her name during meetings with ITV.
“She’s proven as a presenter on CNN and ‘BBQ Champ’, plus ‘I’m A Celeb’ showed she can stand out in an exotic setting.”
‘The X Factor’ returned to our screens for its 12th series over the weekend, but unfortunately for Simon Cowell, despite recruiting a new presenting team and two additions to the judging panel, it debuted with its lowest ratings for a series opener in almost a decade.
The series was almost immediately met with a controversy after viewers’ favourites 4th Power were revealed to have already found success on a South Korean talent show.
This year’s ‘X Factor’ auditions continue this Saturday and Sunday, on ITV.