"Despite what he's said, I think Louis Walsh will come back, even though he's said he'll need a lot of persuading," says 51-year-old Sinitta, "Simon would find it too weird without him. When they got rid of him in 2007, Simon only lasted about a week before he had to bring him back."
And while 62-year-old Louis' place is yet to be confirmed, one judge that appears likely to return alongside Simon is Geordie superstar Cheryl Fernandez-Versini.
Despite Cheryl, 31, complaining about the show's effect on her after taking on the job last year, saying 'It's very tasking. It takes up a lot of my energy', Sinitta explains that the show hasn't been all bad for the pop star.
"Even though it's a full on job, she gets paid a lot to do it and it's only three months of the year," Sinitta says. "If you're doing something you love, it shouldn't feel like hard work. Plus the show is great for her career."
Another person Sinitta admits she'd love to see make a return is outspoken 39-year-old Mel B, who was a hit with fans of the show last year.
"Even though sometimes it could get a bit uncomfortable because Mel could be so feisty and came across as fake with some things, I was totally on board with a lot of what she said," Sinitta reveals. "She would tell it how it is, and that was what the show needed."
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