Cowell personally apologized to the model and presenter over the phone and says that he has created a new role for Brook, on the ITV2 spin-off show Britain's Got More Talent, which looks behind the scenes of the main show.
"I've offered Kelly a part on my ITV2 show. I actually liked her, she was good, she was fine," the Telegraph quoted him, as saying. "The problem was not her. Britain's Got Talent just doesn't work with four people. She is a warm person, who looks great and is very enthusiastic and that is why I spoke to her about the ITV2 show. I hope she'll accept," he added.
If Brook accepts the new job, she is likely to work alongside ex-children's TV presenter Stephen Mulhern as a roving reporter, in much the same way as Holly Willoughby acts in X Factor spin-off The Xtra Factor.
London (ANI): Simon Cowell has offered Kelly Brook a role in his own spin-off show after kicking her off from 'Britain's Got Talent'. The 29-year-old beauty was only hired as a judge last week but was said to be 'stunned and very angry' when she was sensationally fired after just six days in the job.