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Britney Spears' Return To The X Factor Is In Doubt
Posted by Joseph Lee on 11.01.2012



Radar Online reports that Britney Spears may not be back for the next season of the X Factor.

FOX is looking to cut production costs for the next season, with the first cut being the judges' salaries. Spears is said to be looking for a pay increase instead of a decrease when her contract expires at the end of the season.

A source said: "Producers were hoping to pull in between 15-20 million viewers but the show hasn't reached those expectations and in a recent episode that clashed with the World Series only 5.7 million watched. Those numbers add up to cost cutting and Britney will be expendable. So, considering Fox has already renewed The X Factor for a third season, producers will be looking to spend less on the production of the show, including the judges' salaries. Britney, who was signed on a one-year deal, is the first person who will be expected to have her salary chopped. She is on a $15 million contract, which is absurd given that there's been no huge surge in the ratings. Problem is, when Britney signed that contract she expected to make more if an extension for a third season was agreed. That won't be the case now, and it is highly unlikely Britney will accept a pay decrease. It just doesn't make sense to spend all that money on Britney when Simon Cowell will undoubtedly be able to find another high-profile judge to replace her at a fraction of the cost."






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