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Simon Cowell to have four wedding ceremonies

Music mogul Simon Cowell is planning four wedding ceremonies to tie the knot with fiancee Mezhgan Hussainy. The Britain's Got Talent judge, 50, wants to marry in Los Angeles, Hollywood, on a yacht in Barbados and in his home town of Brighton.

world Updated: Apr 21, 2010 10:44 IST

Music mogul Simon Cowell is planning four wedding ceremonies to tie the knot with fiancee Mezhgan Hussainy.

The Britain's Got Talent judge, 50, wants to marry in Los Angeles, Hollywood, on a yacht in Barbados and in his home town of Brighton, according to his brother Tony, reported Daily Mail online.

"My mum is over in LA sorting out the lovebirds and coming back hopefully with a wedding date," said Tony.

"Mum's final words to me before she flew off to LA were: 'Last year he said he was never, never, never going to get married this year he's getting married four times'," he added.

Simon and 36-year-old make-up artist Hussainy made their romance public at the start of the year but are believed to have been dating for months before.

They were engaged on Valentine's Day when he proposed with a 250,000 pounds diamond ring.

Their plans would outdo even Liz Hurley, who had two ceremonies when she married millionaire businessman Arun Nayar in 2007, one in Gloucestershire and a Hindu ceremony in India.

Meanwhile, it was revealed Simon will not be getting a pay rise when he signs his new deal with ITV.

The talent show magnate's 20-million pounds 'golden handcuffs' deal with ITV ran out in December after three years.

Simon is now on the brink of signing another exclusive deal this week, but a source close to the star said, "Simon is not getting a pay rise. He is more concerned about the budget being raised for the X Factor to make sure it returns bigger and better."

However, the lack of a pay rise will barely affect Cowell as he is on the brink of becoming a billionaire after winning back the rights to his hit shows, including the X Factor and Britain's Got Talent.