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Cowell and Abdul have poked fun at the rumors they were dating in the past, including in an Idol skit where the two were seen on a date and later sharing a kiss.
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It changed the trajectory of all of our lives and of television,” recalls Abdul of her eight-year reign on Winners: Where Are They Now?
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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. We do fancy each other." But Simon says he would never cross the boundaries of their professional relationship because he wouldn't want to talk to Paula the next day. I couldn't bear the conversation the following morning." Meanwhile, Simon has admitted he hates judging 'American Idol' - but tolerates it because it makes good money., judges Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell were the Sam and Diane of the show -- they bickered and sparred, but under all their combativeness there was an undeniable sexual tension that was super awkward all the time."I just thought this would be a good opportunity on behalf of Randy and myself for Paula to apologize over the years for being so mean to the contestants," Simon joked, taking the microphone after his shock arrival."When we were trying to be nurturing, helpful, now is the time for you to apologize.""I'd like to say on behalf of us, thank you, America, for inviting us into your homes, thank you to the contestants …
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.