Cowell Wants Himself Frozen for Posterity

Idol judge convinced science will someday bring him back to life
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 23, 2009 1:07 PM CST
Cowell Wants Himself Frozen for Posterity
"American Idol" judge Simon Cowell listens to a question during the 2007 Fox Winter Press Tour, in this file photo.   (AP Photo)

Simon Cowell thinks future generations will need his snark, the Daily Mail reports. While dining with British PM Gordon Brown recently, the American Idol judge said he intends to have his body frozen after death. “Science is bound to work out a way of bringing us back,” he reasoned. Asked if he was serious, Cowell, 49, replied, “Completely. I’d be doing the nation a service.”

But Cowell couldn’t convince Brown cryogenics was right for him. “There may be a public campaign to stop me!” the prime minister said. (More Simon Cowell stories.)

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