These are indiscretions and, as such, must be taken, albeit on the new edition of X Factor, which will debut in September on Sky with the usual formula of Auditions, Bootcamps, Home Visits and Live Shows, something starts to move. While preparations are underway, it seems, in fact, that the program, in this round, could redo (again) the look. According to the weekly Who, the revolution would start from the jury, that he may no longer see Emma behind the counter.
The rumors, however, go further, hinting that the only judge of X Factor confirmed for the new edition is Manuel Agnelli. This means that it is not certain that Mika and Hell Raton will return to occupy the seat, even if it seems that Sky is pushing a lot for the return of Fedez, who has become a well-rounded television personality thanks to the experience of the talent show but who, in the meantime, has also become the new face of Prime Video.
To add a rumor about this edition is also Fanpagewhich explains that it is not certain that Ludovico Tersigni will return as conductordespite having done just fine driving a car as large as X Factor that, after Alessandro Cattelan’s farewell, no one wanted to take the responsibility of driving. In short, let’s just talk about indiscretions: to know what’s (really) in the pot, all that remains is to wait for the official announcements from Sky.
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