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The latest series of the ITV talent contest, won by Matt Terry in 2016, returns to screens tomorrow.Ahead of its comeback the bubbly popstar played a hilarious game of Snog, Marry, Avoid with GMB host Ranvir Singh.She admitted she'd snog lovable Louis Walsh and marry Dermot - yet steer well clear of her boss.When quizzed about why she said: "I don't want to avoid anyone, but if I'm going to avoid someone, it's Simon.He believes he has enhanced the viewer experience by ironing out "boring" acts who've been on the show before, as well as letting contestants perform their own original tracks - and limiting the number of live shows.Ahead of series fourteen, Simon explained: "We didn’t want the same people coming back again.It just goes to show that it can happen." Last year's X Factor was decimated in the ratings by Strictly Come Dancing once again, but Simon thinks he's solved the problem - by cutting down the number of live episodes. So, the idea is to do more of the middle shows and less live shows. I think there might be a middle ground." Asked what she thinks of the changes this year, returning judge Nicole Scherzinger added: "I love all the changes [Simon] is making.
Simon, 57, and fellow judges Sharon Osbourne, Louis Walsh and Nicole Scherzinger will return to host a revamped series to be launched on the broadcaster on Saturday.
Contestants will be following in the footsteps of last year's show champion Matt Terry - yet viewers won't have seen ANY of them before.
We also reported this year's X Factor will feature zero of those pesky returning auditionees from years gone by, according to Simon.
Now, there are a few who have been on the show before.
"But when you’ve just got the same people coming back year after year, it’s boring for us; boring for the audience.