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Mobile spy x series missiles

This was the final series of the three-year deal signed by Simon Cowell in 2010, [3] before it was announced by ITV on 15 November that the show's contract was extended by a further three years, keeping it on air until 2016. [4]

It was reported on 22 February 2013 that Tulisa would not return for series 10, after being a judge for two series. [5] She initially denied this and said she wanted to return, [6] However, Tulisa confirmed on 21 May after months of speculation that she would not return to the judging panel. The following day, it was confirmed that former judge Sharon Osbourne , who had been on the panel from series 1 to series 4 would join the remaining three judges from series 9 , Louis Walsh , Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger , ending rumours that Scherzinger may leave to focus on her second studio album and be replaced by series 9 guest judge Mel B . [7] [8] [9]

Osbourne stated in July that she was back for just one series, "to go out on a high", [10] and during the first live show, Barlow revealed that this would be his last series on the show. [11] Walsh, who has appeared on the show since its inception, announced he would be leaving the show after this series as well, stating that he wanted his "life back", [12] although he later said he "might come back" if Simon Cowell returned, [13] and later still he said he would most likely continue, claiming "I'm having so much fun this year, I might stay". [14] Walsh eventually confirmed his return for series 11 , following the returns of both Cowell and Cheryl .

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Mobile Suit Gundam ( 機動戦士ガンダム , Kidō Senshi Gandamu ? , Mobile Warrior Gundam) is a 1979 anime television series created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate . Yoshikazu Yasuhiko did the character designs and Kunio Okawara was responsible for the mechanical designs, including the titular giant robot, the RX-78-2 Gundam . It started the Gundam metaseries and Real Robot genre of mecha anime. The series was later re-edited for theatrical release, and split into three movies.

It is the year Universal Century 0079, and the space colonies have declared war on the Earth Federation under the guidance of the Principality of Zeon . In one of these colonies, the Earth Federation is storing and testing a new piloted robot for use in the battle against the Principality of Zeon.

The experimental RX-78 Gundam mobile suit is forced into combat with a civilian pilot and an untested crew before it can be transported to the Federation's HQ on Earth. With few resources available against the Zeon's brightest and best, will they be able to escape, let alone deliver the RX-78 to Earth? [1]

Room auditions took place in Manchester , London , Newcastle and Edinburgh from 16 June to 1 July, followed by arena auditions in London, that were held between 1 and 4 August. Bootcamp was held in London in August and judges' houses around Nice , Los Angeles , Bermuda and Cancún in September. The live shows began on 11 October. Fernandez-Versini mentored the Girls, Mel B mentored the Boys, Walsh mentored the Groups and Cowell mentored the Over 25s. Ben Haenow won the series against Fleur East on 14 December 2014 with 57.2% of the votes.

During the tenth series , Sharon Osbourne stated that she was only back for one series, to "go out on a high". [7] Also, during the first live show of series 10, Gary Barlow revealed that it would be his last series on the show. [8] Louis Walsh , who had also been on the show from its first series, announced his intention to quit as well, stating that he wanted his "life back", [9] although he later backtracked and said that he "might come back" if Simon Cowell returned. [10] Midway throughout the live shows, Walsh said "I'm having so much fun this year, I might stay". [11]

Series 11 was O'Leary's final series hosting The X Factor , as he announced in March 2015 his decision to exit the series to pursue other projects. He was later replaced by Caroline Flack and Olly Murs , the latter of whom was a contestant during the competition's sixth series . [5] This was the last series to feature Louis Walsh as a judge after 11 years, as he quit in May 2015 to return to full-time management. It was also the only series to feature new judge Mel B. They were replaced by BBC Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw and The Voice UK coach, Rita Ora . [28]