Cowell wants 'My way...' to be played at his funeral

London, Feb 11 (IANS) "The X Factor" boss Simon Cowell wants late singer Frank Sinatra's song "My way" to be played at his funeral.

Feb 11 2013, 8:42am CST | by

Cowell wants 'My way...' to be played at his funeral
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London, Feb 11 — "The X Factor" boss Simon Cowell wants late singer Frank Sinatra's song "My way" to be played at his funeral.

The 53-year-old announced his wish after a contestant sang the song on "Britain's Got Talent", reports thesun.co.uk.

Talking to fellow judges Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams, Simon said: "I have decided, I would like it to be played at my funeral. It would be appropriate."

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