The “America’s Got Talent” judge Simon Cowell hospitalized after falling off his e-bike and underwent surgery.
Music magnate Simon Cowell was hospitalized on Saturday in the wake of breaking his back at his Malibu, California, home.
The “America’s Got Talent” judge and executive producer was purportedly trying out new e-bike in the patio of his home when he tumbled off the vehicle. He was then taken to the hospital where he experienced medical surgery later at night.
A representative disclosed to People that the 60-year-old is “doing fine” after the mishap.
“Simon has broken his back and will be having surgery this evening. He’s doing fine, he’s under observation and is in the best possible hands,” Cowell’s representative spoke to the outlet.
In May, Cowell said he was getting a charge out of investing all the more family energy with his better half, Lauren Silverman, and their child, Eric, during the coronavirus lockdown, including patio camping adventures and cooking.
He revealed to Extra TV that he was “sticking to his diet” and exercise schedule that he fused into his life after he brought a tumble down the stairs of his London home in 2017.
The frightening occurrence was a reminder that made him review a portion of his unhygienic propensities, he said.
“Sometimes we get a reminder that we’re not invincible and this was certainly mine. It was a huge shock,” he told The Sun at the time. “I have got to really take good care of myself to sort that out.”
Cowell is set to film the first live show for the fifteenth season of “America’s Got Talent” on Tuesday. It’s muddled whether he’ll, despite everything, show up on the recently shaped judging panel, which currently incorporates himself, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and newcomer Sofia Vergara, after his latest fall.
Production was stopped in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, however continued in late June with expanded the wellbeing measures The show will currently be recorded at an open air stage in Simi Valley, rather than its typical area at the Dolby Theater, and the judges will be able to watch performances in seats distanced 6 feet apart.