Simon Cowell looked slimmer than ever as he posed with fans in London on Monday.
The X Factor judge, 60, showed off his toned physique as he arrived outside Heart Radio to record an interview for the Breakfast Show.
Simon, who has overhauled his diet this year and lost over 20 pounds, sported his usual black jumper, jeans and signature black sunglasses.
Speaking on Heart Breakfast on Tuesday morning, Simon opened up about his new show X Factor: The Band.
Host Amanda Holden asked him: "What is going on? You completely changed X factor! We all enjoyed the celebrity version, All Stars is now not happening - tell us what’s happening."
Simon replied: "Very serious Amanda. It is the same with music, radio, TV, sometimes you have just got to do something quick!
"The truth was that I have a group show that I launched in America four or five years ago, I always decided to do a group show in the UK.
"So we agreed with ITV that we were going to do X Factor groups in 2020."
— Heart (@thisisheart) November 12, 2019
Away from work, the dad-of-one has been completely overhauling his diet.
He turned vegan and shed a stone and a half earlier this year.
For a vain guy he really let go for a while.
Meanwhile, last month, Simon's pal Sinitta revealed that she bought the music mogul a TESLA Former toning machine for his 60th birthday.
Sessions last 30 minutes and help to burn fat, build muscle and improve posture by targeting motor nerves in the muscles, giving the same feeling as a high-intensity workout.
Sinitta told The Sun: "For his birthday I got him this machine that you exercise with for half an hour every day and it absolutely rips your abs to shreds.
"So look out for him on the beach in Barbados this Christmas."
The treatment can cost around £75,000.
Speaking about Simon's transformation, Sinitta added: "I think he’s feeling pretty good. For a vain guy he really let go for a while. But now he’s going for the six-pack, the whole thing."
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