Robert Pattinson has revealed he's an X Factor fan after admitting he wants Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell to rejoin the UK panel.
The actor reckons Simon should make up with the Geordie beauty because the show "hasn't been the same" without her.
He said, "I would like to see Cheryl back on the UK X Factor. It is never going to be the same now Simon is not there anymore — but having Cheryl back would be good for the show.
"It hasn't been the same since the two of them left — and if there is a chance to get her back Simon should. In fact Simon should do both shows."
He also added that there was no reason that the music mogul couldn't split his time between the UK and US X Factors because he's rich enough to fly between the two countries.
RPatz added, "The US Show is midweek and the UK at weekends — come on Simon you have enough money to charter your own plane."
Rob's comments come after rumours surfaced that Chezza is in negotiations with producers to return to the X Factor USA!
According to the New York Post, Cheryl's return could be part of the settlement deal from her $2.3million lawsuit against execs after she was fired from the show in 2011.
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