Simon Cowell is about to get a stunner from the past in the long-awaited premiere episode of the X Factor.
Danny Tetley will enter the stage in the first episode of the series, but it is the second time he plays for the music magnate, as he tried out for Pop Idol for the first time in 2001.
The singer, 37, did not impress the then 58-year-old, but he proves that his skills have only improved since he seduces the audience with a rendition of Broadway hit And I Am Telling You.
X Factor SPOILER: Simon Cowell will apologize to Pop Idol participant Danny Tetley in the premiere episode of the music show after he rejected him 17 years ago
Danny explained his situation and said: "I tried Simon years ago in a TV program called Pop Idol, not much has happened, so that's why I am here again."
He continued: "Simon was very nice, but at that time it was a very well-managed company.
& # 39; This is my World Cup final, I have waited 17 years to show that I still have it, I still have the same passion as before. & # 39;
Self-evidence: Danny explained his situation and said: & # 39; This is my World Cup final, I have waited 17 years to show that I still have it, I still have the same passion as before & # 39;
It is not only the audience that makes an impression, but also the male-and-female duo Robbie Williams and Ayda Field stand together for a slow dance.
Not only that, but the audience gives him a standing ovation before Simon apologizes because he 17 years ago & # 39; no & # 39; said.
Ayda and Robbie write history by becoming the very first married couple to join the X Factor jury panel in a deal that is reportedly worth £ 10 million.
Amidst the declining viewing figures of the show, entrepreneur Simon promised the press that the couple, together with fellow new judge Louis, will bring a whole new energy & # 39; to the series, which has been running since 2004.
Very happy: it is not just the audience that makes an impression, because the male-and-female duo Robbie Williams and Ayda Field stand up to enjoy a slow dance together
World first: Ayda and Robbie write history by becoming the very first married couple to become a member of the X Factor jury panel, in a deal that is reportedly worth £ 10 million
The American Idol star added at the launch last month that he & # 39; tried to get Robbie on every show we had for 18 years, then accidentally. We went to my house and talked on the balcony and did a deal. & # 39;
As far as Ayda is concerned, Simon explained that when the American beauty interviewed him in LA for Loose Women, it was one of the funniest interviews I've ever had, & # 39;
The new line-up marks the first time in the show's 14-year history that there are three male judges on the panel and only one woman.
After the new panel was announced, Ayda was forced to defend her place as a judge because of her lack of musical experience.
New blood: Amidst the declining viewing figures of the show, entrepreneur Simon promised the press that the couple, together with fellow new judge Louis, will bring a whole new energy & # 39; in the series
She simply said: & # 39; It makes it a little more exciting. I am excited to be the underdog and show the boys how he is doing! & # 39;
While Robbie added to MailOnline: Ayda is also a member of the public and they never get it wrong. It is a misconception that there is a magical formula for what makes a pop star. If here was a member of the public, their opinion would be as valid as hers.
Ayda is my rock and she has taken care of me, although thick and thin. I would say that every move I have made professionally is done by my wife. I agree with her 95 percent. & # 39;
The latest X Factor series will return to ITV on Saturday at 8 pm.
Something new: after the new panel was announced, Ayda was forced to defend her place as a judge, due to her lack of musical experience, by saying that it's the more exciting & # 39; makes