X Factor: Judges Unsure If They Will Be Back In 2012
As Gary Barlow claims that he can't wait for this year's series to end...
Kelly Rowlandclaimed they would like to be judges again, but their fate is still currently undecided.
Despite rumours that [uuid=f31bd58a-3154-41e9-9bb2-0b13d3e54d52]Dannii Minogue - with Walsh stating: "We're only as good as the talent that walks through the door. We all work really hard. We always do."
The Irish music mogul later added: "It's all about this year at the moment. We know absolutely nothing [about 2012]."
Rowland also said that if boss Simon was unhappy about the judges or acts performances, he wouldn't hesitate in telling them, with the Destiny's Child singer admitting: "If Simon wants us to know something, trust us, he'll let us know."
When asked whether Cowell would be in London for this weekend's final, Louis revealed: "We know Simon watches the show every week, but I think he's concentrating on the US show more than this one at the moment,"
Take That frontman and head judge Barlow then stated: "I don't think he is [coming]."
Gary, who is hoping his act Marcus Collins will be crowned this year's XF champion, also confessed that he's looking forward to the show ending as it's been tough.
The 40-year old said: "I'm really looking forward to the weekend but I'm really looking forward to Monday morning as well."
"There have been a few shocks for me on this show — I've had some horrible weeks. It doesn't end on a Sunday night, it follows you around all week long."
He added: "It's one of those shows where you're always under scrutiny and when you're in the middle of that it's quite tough."
Girlband Little Mix are the current favourites to win the show this weekend, with their mentor Tulisa claiming she believes the four-piece will make XF history and become the first group ever to take home the title.
"I think the thing about these girls is that if they got this record deal, they wouldn't just bring a record out, they'd also be inspiring women across this country. Young and older.
She concluded: "I think they'd made a difference to people's lives as well as their ears."