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Steve Jones not returning X factor Host

Jones, a British TV personality, called his departure “a shame” and added that he couldn’t “complain as I’ve had a great time.” He gave no reason why he wasn’t returning. Jones was originally slated to host “X Factor” alongside Nicole Scherzinger, who replaced British pop star Cheryl Cole as a judge when executive producer Simon Cowell and other producers had second thoughts about Cole joining the series.Despite consistent viewership, “X Factor” has failed to achieve popularity similar to “American Idol,” which Cowell left to import “X Factor” from the U.K.

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Steve Jones not returning X factor Host

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