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23-Feb-2018 21:16

The pop veteran will be lifting the lid on their relationship and is expecting trouble with the X Factor boss' lawyers.

which reached Number 6 and Number 7 in the UK and Ireland respectively.

In addition to this success the track managed to gained positions on three year-end charts, reaching Number 45 in Australia, Number 38 in New Zealand and Number 49 in the UK.

The final lead single of the album, however, was the least successful out of the three, failing to chart at all.

She told the Daily Mirror: “Me becoming a judge, I think that’s what’s going to happen next." She added: "It’s my time. "As usual I’ve been available for the last 11 years.” Nicole was axed from the show earlier this month.

Speaking about she show's falling ratings last year, which saw band Rak-Su win the contest, Sinitta said: "[Simon Cowell] is optimistic because even though ratings were down the talent was incredible.

which reached Number 6 and Number 7 in the UK and Ireland respectively.In addition to this success the track managed to gained positions on three year-end charts, reaching Number 45 in Australia, Number 38 in New Zealand and Number 49 in the UK.The final lead single of the album, however, was the least successful out of the three, failing to chart at all.She told the Daily Mirror: “Me becoming a judge, I think that’s what’s going to happen next." She added: "It’s my time. "As usual I’ve been available for the last 11 years.” Nicole was axed from the show earlier this month.Speaking about she show's falling ratings last year, which saw band Rak-Su win the contest, Sinitta said: "[Simon Cowell] is optimistic because even though ratings were down the talent was incredible.The first lead single of the album was called "Right Back Where We Started From", which debuted at Number 19 in the United Kingdom and later rose to Number 6 on the charts.