Simon Cowell: Simon Cowell is back! Four months after he got off his bike and broke his back, the AGT judge saw him laughing from ear to ear while riding a jet ski in Barbados.
Simon Cowell doesn’t waste time returning to the saddle after recovering from a broken wrist. A 61-year-old judge from Got Talent magazine in the United States witnessed him taking a jet on vacation in Barbados on December 16th, and it looked like a health picture.
Simon, along with her longtime girlfriend Lauren Silverman, wore blue shorts and an orange life jacket for safety, looked around the instrument, and smiled everywhere. They later saw them walking along the beach and enjoying their time at Brandon Beach and Rascal Water Park.
It is amazing to see Simon in such good shape. An American Idol graduate just recovered from a terrible electric bike accident last August.
Unfortunately, Simon had to undergo extensive surgery for six hours when he had a lot of treatment, including a metal rod inserted into his back. He had to skip season 15 of America’s Got Talent when he recovered from surgery and received physical therapy.
Sources close to Simon provided with exclusive information about the electric bike accident in August. “[Simon] was pretty slow testing her new bike in the yard,” they explained. “And when the gears changed, the bike flew into the air on huge wheels, fell back and fell on the back.” Two months later, with his 61st birthday, we learned more about his condition.
[Simon] knows that he avoided bullets by doing his best after back surgery. It’s easy to get paralyzed or worse. “One source spoke exclusively, he was also grateful for the time he spent with his 6-year-old son.” Eric really continues to help,” the source added.
The fans are so happy to see Simon all happy and recovering. Looks like the good wishes and prayers of his followers paid off well. He hopes to travel safely from now on. Also, he wants all of his fans to be safe out there and take correct safety measures to avoid any possibility of meeting an accident.
Everyone should drive safely and take good care of themselves and their families, especially in an upsetting time like this where the world is surviving a pandemic. We have lost a lot of good souls this year, already. Hope everyone is safe and happy.