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We gelled really quick and I think they’re a really good panel. With the kid acts, definitely, because you see things at a completely different perspective once you become a dad.

How do these judges compare to other panels you’ve been on? I think on “Britain’s Got Talent” and “America’s Got Talent,” we’ve got two really, really strong panels now. In terms of everything else, if someone’s terrible, there’s no point in lying to them and saying, “you’re going to have a career” — because they’re not.

Does “America’s Got Talent” feel different from “American Idol?

"I'd let her stay for a few hours, but then it would have to be goodnight," he joked.

PHOTOS: Get to Know ' X Factor's' Top 17 Finalists But the two weren't always on good terms.

There was a kind of naïveté to the contestants, which I like. It was fun and just interesting see all those people I’d seen years ago. When you’re filming a show like this, that’s your priority. You’ve just got to be a judge and you’ve got to be there to hopefully spot people who’ve got potential, which is what I love the most.

You didn’t watch “American Idol” at all, after you left the show, right? When we started, we found people with great personalities. A lot of music shows, all types of things, but this is the only one that interested me. Then it’s spending time with your development team, which is probably the most important thing; otherwise you’re just doing meeting after meeting, which drives you nuts. And also spot someone who isn’t obvious, but could be good — that’s the whole point of doing these shows. It was good for me because they obviously had worked together for a few years so they’ve got great chemistry, great shorthand, they really are friends.

Cowell, who now serves as a judge alongside Abdul on Fox's "The X Factor," says the two at first couldn't stand each other and would fly on separate planes, but he later "considered" engaging in a relationship with her.

Asked whether Abdul wanted a relationship with Cowell, he replied: "A million percent." "I considered it, but then I thought, ' I don't think the after would be as good as the before,'" he said.

I’ve been having discussions for years about being on “America’s Got Talent,” but for whatever reason the timing didn’t work.

And then Howard [Stern] came on the show, and Howard was doing a good job. When you’ve been on a show which is done well, it’s a fantastic feeling.

Simon Cowell became a pop culture icon as the snarky judge on “American Idol.” Though he departed the show in 2010, he has kept busy: He’s a fixture on the U. airwaves, remaining a judge on “X-Factor” and “Britain’s Got Talent,” both of which he created.

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